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Welcome to RE:SOUND, the 8th International Conference on the Histories of Media Arts 2019 - Aalborg, Denmark. RE:SOUND is part of the Media Arts Histories conference series, bringing together leading researchers, artists, and scientists on a series of interdisciplinary topics for over 14 years.

The RE:SOUND conference will take a specific interest on the theories, practices, histories, etc., of art and technology which are focusing on, concerned with, reflecting on, including, mobilising and/or working with sound as a main component or an integral part. RE:SOUND will host four days with 10 tracks of paper sessions, panels, workshops, practice-based interventions, exhibitions, performances, poster sessions, a PhD workshop and keynotes.

Haeyun Park

The Graduate Center, CUNY
United States
Haeyun Park is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Art History at The Graduate Center, City University of New York. She is currently writing her dissertation which examines the trans-Pacific development of video art through a network of artistic exchange and collaboration among Korean, Japanese, and Asian-American artists in the 1970s and 1980s. Park’s research has been supported by the Asian Cultural Council Grant, the Early Research Initiative Pre-Dissertation Fellowship, and the Graduate Center Five-Year Fellowship. Her essays on Korean video artist Kim Sangdon and Park Hyunki have appeared in the Journal of Chinese Contemporary Art (2016) and the exhibition brochure of Institute of Asian Performance Art at Tokyo Arts and Space (2018). In addition to her academic work, Park has assisted exhibitions on contemporary art in the curatorial departments at the Museum of Modern Art, International Center of Photography, and the New Museum of Contemporary Art in New York City. She has delivered invited lectures at Tokyo University of the Arts and Kyoto City University of Arts on the history of Korean video art in the 1970s. Park received her B.A. in History at Yale University and her M.A.s in East Asian Studies and Art History at Columbia University.