Me-Time (4.0)

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Each of experiential researches (4.0) are self-experiment series that focus on sensory isolation in order to explore atypical, eccentric but rather introspective methods that enable me to establish a diverse spectrum within my own comfort zone to get away from a state of the overwhelming world.

 

- —As people become more and more concerned with the psychological ramification of (an) overwhelming digital world, we may finally be ready to explore /the real benefits of taking-a-vacation from the senses.—

Meehan Crist, Postcards from the edge of consciousness

 

 

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I am a solitary being who can easily be pushed into sensory overload. As such, Me-Time (4.0) aims to align my mind and body back into balance by

reducing sensory stimuli. This is a series of self-experiments using eccentric methods of REST (Restricted Environmental Stimulation Therapy) to explore my conditions of hyperthyroidism (a hormone/stress-related disease), hypersensitivity and meticulousness. Being isolated while experiencing contemplation and self-reflection, remaining aware of the external world, is for my a form of mindfulness.

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KCC - Ways to Experience_Dan Weill Photo
KCC - Ways to Experience_Dan Weill Photo
KCC - Ways to Experience_Dan Weill Photo

Open Call Group Exhibition at KCCUK (Korean Cultural Centre UK), London, 2019

Credit by Dan Weill 

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Royal College of Art  MA Final Show, West Work, London London, 2018

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Insatiable Mind SIAF: Salisbury International Arts Festival, 2019

Wiltshire Creative, Salisbury Arts Centre, Playhouse, Salisbury, UK

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Hey, Siri, What am I doing? Safe House 1, London, 2018

Sponsered by The Korean Women’s International Network UK(KOWIN)