Jinjoon Lee MRSS
Jinjoon Lee (born 1974 in Masan, South Korea) is a London based Korean artist and designer working in a wide range of media, including sculpture, drawings, photo, video, sound and installation, to explore the perception of time, space and light.
After graduating from Seoul National University in Seoul, he went on to study moving image and lighting installation at the Royal College of Art in London, and the Ruskin School of Art, University of Oxford. Since giving his debut solo exhibition at ARKO Art Centre of Arts Council Korea in 2008, Lee has exhibited at numerous venues worldwide including Seoul Metropolitan Museum, Korea National Museum, India International Centre, The Prague National Gallery in Czech, The National Museum of Bulgaria, Royal College of Art and Royal College of Music in London. Lee’s is perhaps best known for the public media sculpture 'They', which was permanently installed at Digital Media City ,Seoul in the 2010, and works on the architectural design and development of innovative projects for various requests around the world. Art works of Drawing, Photo and Media Artworks are displayed at 10 different locations such as The Farjam Collection in DIFC in Dubai, a College of Engineering of Seoul National University, and Gallery Parkyoung at Paju, Korea.