SungHong Min

  • 2020 Creator
  • 2021 Alumni
Installation Artist

Creator SungHong Min collects detritus from everyday life, then transforms and recomposes these objects and projects ambiguities between identity, class, and its borders.

Creator SungHong Min is an installation artist.

He has been primarily focused on creating spaces the visualize the circumstances of people who experience intense conflicts and worries from external stimulations and changes in their life in a modern society and the process by which these people overcome their circumstances.
Min is interested in daily objects that are priorities but also restraints of our lives. Through these objects which are often moved regardless of our own will or lost or that had to be thrown away due to an unfair system, Min talks about invisible interpersonal relationship and human identity. The objects we have are often considered remains that have lost their purpose and sentimental value. Min collects these objects, modifies and combines them to show that even the constraints of our reality that bring us pain and internal conflict are valuable part of our lives.
Min has held numerous solo exhibitions like 《Study For Transition》(Space XX, 2019), 《Fence Around》(CR Collective, 2018), 《Overlapped Sensibility》(Art Loft, Brussels, 2018) and 《Rolling on the Ground》(Seoul Art Space Mullae, 2017) and participated in group exhibitions such as 《Triangle II》(Hyundai Museum of Kids’ Books & Art, 2019) and 《The Use of Sensations》(Space K, 2019) as well as in residency programs at the Seoul Museum of Art SeMA Nanji Residency, Seoul Art Space_Geumcheon of Seoul Foundation for Arts and Culture and Incheon Art Platform of Incheon Foundation for Arts and Culture.