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Park, Jino

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Awards
Petrified Forest National Park’s Artist in Residence Program (International)
"The Art Studio' grant of six month of Artist in residence program run by National Museum of Contemporary Art, Korea." (International)
"Wave of blue' award of collective exhibition at Whanki Museum, Seoul, Korea" (National)
"The picks of the year' award of solo exhibition at Munhwailbo Gallery, Seoul, Korea" (National)
"KIAF Find hidden treasure' award of Artist portfolio presentation program at Korea International Arts Fair, Seoul, Korea‚" (International)
2008 "Award of solo exhibition at Arts space HUT, Seoul, Korea" (National)
2007 "Award of joint exhibition at Moonshin Museum, Seoul, Korea" (National)
2007 "Grant of artist in residence program at DeLirium, Avignon, France" (International)
2007 "Artist in residence program at Ui Jae Studio, Gwangju, Korea" (International)
2007 "Award of solo exhibition at Geonhi Arts foundation, Seoul, Korea" (National)
2006 - 2007 "Artist in residence program at Kunstdoc Gallery, Seoul, Korea" (International)

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 Jino Park studied painting at Hongik University in Seoul, Korea, performance art at Ecole Nationale Superieur d'Art Paris - Cergy, and video at Ecole National Superieur des Arts Decoratifs in Paris. Today, he lives and works in Pennsylvania in the United States.  Jino's work is an experimentation in making a multi-layered narrative structure.  The depiction of the dream -- a ideal model of the multi-layered narrative structure -- has been a primary focus of his. Jino continuously records his own dreams, and then depicts them through many different mediums: video, performance, installation, painting, drawing, sculpture and photo.  In "The Daedalus Trilogy" (2008), he portrayed myths as assemblages of dreams. He rebuilt the stories of Dedalus by incorporating his own dreams, where the ultimate purpose of each was to show the possibility of drawing as a narrative medium.  Recently, with the "Bodhidharma Series"(2009), he continues develop the idea of the multi-layered narrative structure. He has also experimented with drawing as meditational performance. In this series, he deals with the opposing themes of "beauty and ugliness", "brightness and darkness", and "birth and death". 

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