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.

 

 

 

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

Credit by Dan Weill 

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

Insatiable Mind SIAF: Salisbury International Arts Festival, 2019

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

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

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