Join the School of Art for a public lecture by renowned, Korea-based, Park Chan-kyong. Park Chan-kyong (b. 1965) is an artist and filmmaker based in Seoul. His subjects have extended from the Cold War to traditional Korean religious culture. He has produced media-based works such as Sets (2000), Power Passage (2004), Flying (2005), Sindoan (2008), Night Fishing (2011), Manshin (2013), Citizen’s Forest (2016), and Belated Bosal (2019). His works have been exhibited in international venues, such as INIVA in London, the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Seoul, Haus der Kunst der Welt in Berlin, Taipei Biennale, Yokohama Triennale, RedCat Gallery in Los Angeles, Tina Kim Gallery in New York, and many others. He has won various prizes including Hermès Korea Misulsang (2004), and the Golden Bear Prize for short films at the Berlin International Film Festival (2011). He worked as an artistic director of SeMA Biennale Mediacity Seoul 2014 <Ghosts, Spies and Grandmothers>. He is currently having a solo exhibition at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Asian Art, Washington, DC. Chan-kyong is also a distinguished MFA '95 graduate from the Photography and Media program at the School of Art at CalArts.