Kyong Park is professor at the Department of Visual Arts at the University of California, San Diego, was the founding director of StoreFront in New York. His recent project is a sequence of three research art exhibitions that visualized the continental and urban relations between the East and the West.
Sunhyun Kim is a founding partner of D.LIM Architects. She received a master’s degree from Harvard University. Her projects include the Ahn Jung-Geun Memorial, CJ Nine Bridges The Forum, Stardom Entertainment Office, and Naver Nursery School.
Valentino is an architect, formed in the sphere of social, environmental, and cultural heritage issues. Since 2004 for Lan he coordinates a number of cultural and social projects. He is working on the Cool City project proposal for the Horizon EU funding program, in cooperation with ABC.
Lee Hyunhee is a visual artist and curator in the Republic of Korea. She is on behalf of the ‘AHAHA art company’ and a member of ‘ERAE’, a collective of artists. Currently, she is also a participant in the cool city project as a researcher. She is interested in harmony with art and urban systems. Her main concentration is social issues and cultural contexts about them.
Nick De Pace
Nick De Pace practices architecture and teaches at the Rhode Island School of Design. His research interests include subterranean spaces, ancient hydrological systems, and the obfuscation of the built and natural landscape which has led to archaeological explorations.
Jihyeon Han is an art history graduate researcher. He worked as an assistant researcher of the Korean Artist Digital Archive and was part of the team for Art-Data Archiving Guidelines(Korean painting). He is currently in the Art Theory master’s program at Hongik University. His interest is the cultural approach based on archiving and gender issues.
Yeonghwan Lim is a partner of D.LIM architects and a professor of Architecture at Hongik University, Seoul. He received a master’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania and a Ph.D. from Seoul National University. He is focusing on sustainability in architecture.
Jin-Hyoung Kim is a curator and researcher and was the fashion editor of Korean Esquire Magazine. She received a MA from Hongik University in Art Theory. Her interests include interdisciplinary practices between art, architecture, history, and culture in a social context.