Dakd Jung practices a type of kinetic art. The artist focuses on mechanical and physical changes or movements at the point which media and hardware converge through coding. Jung explores and researches materials that are not usually given much attention, and develops that process into art, which makes his work too advanced to restrict it to kinetic art. Black Amoeba and Pataphysical Pond are works in which the artist experimented with media that is typically considered useless. The artist used magnetic fluids developed by NASA in the 1960s, and he revealed the material nature of the fluid or its relationship with its material quality. By breaking away from using the material in conventional ways, Jung provides experiences that focus purely on the object’s material nature, and expands that experience into various contexts and mechanisms through interactions with the audience. Drawing Sequencer and 36.5 are also examples through which the artist creates unique, essence-focused understanding of the material or machine by turning from conventional perspectives.