Du Ri Rosalyn Song
Rosalyn Song is a multimedia artist specializing in visual and sound medium to generate aural images and visual sounds. Her investigation focuses on the discovery of from images and sounds. She explores the boundary between new and familiar, abstract and actual, and integrates the both into balanced and stabilized states. Her visual documents of her surroundings incorporate traditional photographic method such as cyanotype and cutting-edge digital technologies. Inspired by ambient/techno music, Rosalyn makes sounds influenced from the elements from her daily life, and process them to create something new. She combines both image and sound elements within moving images, or installation output.
*Currently pursuing an MFA at Korea National School of Arts.
“One Hour Photo Project,” American University, Washington DC, USA 2010
“Managed Landscape,” Darkroom Gallery, VT, USA 2010
“National Cell Phone Photography Exhibition,” Southern Louisiana University Contemporary Art Gallery, USA, 2010
“Snapshots,” Black Box Gallery, Oregon, USA, 2011
"Wet Weather," Don't Take Pictures, online exhibition, 2015
“In Celebration of Trees,” PhotoPlace Gallery, VT, USA, 2016
"Professor Ma with lively Rosalyn", Dual exhibition with Professor Gwangsoo Ma(painting), Art Space Hue, Seoul, Korea, 2016
"The Texas project-Closure," Seoul, Korea, 2016
"Green," Darkroom Gallery, VT, USA, 2016
"Modern Art Show," Seoul Art Center, Korea, 2017
"Nothing special", LA Photo Curator, 2017
"FOCUS 2018," b. j. spoke gallery, New York, USA, 2018 (curated by Kelly Sidley, Curatorial Assistant, Department of Photography at The Museum of Modern Art, New York)
"ARTMINING SEOUL 2018," DDP, Seoul, 2018
"House Of Lucie Fall Group Show," House Of Lucie, L.A, USA, 2019
“Phoenix,” Art Space Hue, Seoul, Korea, 2011
"Counterfeit Chicks," Gallery Shingyo, Seoul, Korea, 2014
“Professional Photographers of the year of 2010, finalist,” Professional Photographer UK magazine, 2010
"9th Photo show | International Color Awards 2016, Nominee," USA, 2016
F-Stop Magazine (USA), Incandescent(USA), Shoot Film(USA), LandEscape (UK), Don't Take Pictures (USA), I Love That Photo (France), etc.
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