Text by: Parkgeonhi Foundation,
180 x 250 mm
‘This project is related to my investigation on a 19th century poet, Emily Dickinson’s life and her poetic space that is interwoven with my own personal narrative. I am interested in the idea of the house as a physical and architectural space for dwelling and creating, and at the same time as a metaphysical space as the expanding labyrinth of the human mind.’
About the Artist
Heeseung Chung (b.1974) is celebrated in Korea and internationally as one of the most acclaimed Korean photographers. Chung graduated from Hongik University, Seoul with a BFA in Painting, and received her BFA and MFA in Photography from London College of Communication. She has held numerous exhibitions in New York, London and Seoul, and has also been prized the Songeun Art Prize and the 11th Daum Prize from Parkgeonhi Foundation. Chung lives and works in Seoul.
About the Publisher
Parkgeonhi Foundation was established in 2001 as a nonprofit art foundation. It contributes to the development of culture and art, and to cultural education for the public for the formation of a creative media environment, through its support of photography and media art production and research activities.