Ellie Kyungran Heo
This film features an island, the southern most point of South Korea, which requires less than an hour to cover its terrain. On the island, there are two extremely contrasting atmospheres: crowded hoards and hours of emptiness. These emphasise its position geographically and psychologically as an island.
In a filmic relationship, gazing at some residents on the island, the questions 'where are you now?', 'why are you here?' and 'what happened to you?' would be asked to the film’s subjects, audience, and the director-self.
School of Humanities
MA Photography, 2015
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My practice serves as my response to questions triggered by those who make me curious or concerned. Using my camera I explore my subjects’ worlds.
In particular, I attempt to create a thought space for the subject, audience and artist–myself that prompts a questioning of my subjects’ lives, guided by questions we might have about attending carefully to the lives of one another.
- BA Fine Art, Chelsea College of Arts & Design, 2013
- Screensaver, Dyson Gallery, London, 2015; Kill Your Television, Worcester City Art Gallery, Worcester, 2014; Experiments in Cinema Festival, v9.72, 2014, New Mexico; S.I.T.E. CCW Alumni Show, Chelsea College of Arts & Design, London, 2014; Calissa Rising Artists Exhibition, 8th Today Art Museum, Beijing, 2013