Bang-Geul Han is an interdisciplinary artist working predominantly with interactive technologies and time-based media. Working within the confluence of language and technical system as a site of alienation and expansion of subjectivity, Han creates interactive experiences, conceptual art projects and realtime moving images. Her research interests include the performative nature of technology and digital media, network culture, and the blurring lines between public and private spaces. She’s had recent solo exhibitions at A.I.R. Gallery in Brooklyn and the Art Museum of SUNY Potsdam. She is a recipient of a number of artist residencies and fellowships including Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, the MacDowell Colony, A.I.R. Fellowship and the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s Workspace Program.

Degrees

MFA in Electronic Integrated Art, Alfred University, Alfred NY

BFA in Painting, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea