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sangmyong univ. (photography)
the school of the art institute of chicago (Master's)
My background is primarily in photography but now through, my experience and the time I spent as a teaching assistant in the photo department of the SAIC, I am more concerned with visual media and digital working processes. I’ve gained the skill of organizing and creating an efficient curriculum for teaching and managing a group of people who are interested in the art community. I have an attitude toward difficult works which I run in everyday life which is mainly positive. Being an international artist, I see the difficulties and misunderstandings between different cultures that I’ve been experiencing during my three years here in America. Thus I hope to translate that understanding of differences between the interests of individuals in the class. I like to feel the reward from achievement from hard difficult processes can be happen in any situations, not just in the class but also between life and work. Furthermore, I'm also interested in subtlety hinting at the merging of accessing art in our daily life because art should be part of life.
My background is primarily in photography but now through, my experience and the time I spent as a teaching assistant in the photo department of the SAIC, I am more concerned with visual media and digital working processes. I’ve gained the skill of organizing and creating an
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