The Korean Human wear designer and artist, Han Oh completed their BA in South Korea and shifted to London to study fashion for Graduate diploma at Central Saint Martins.
Working on a Master's research at Royal College of Art, he commenced experimenting skin layers, the relationship with their tattooed body and green screen effect. After 'Mirror Mirror' project at RCA, Han Oh turned his attention to research work, exploring new approaches and resources to use in his work. With this activity, He aimed to discover types of leather that could be used as another skin layer to people for being invisible and free. To do so, He honed his skills at tattooing on leather.
Also, he wanted to invent something that could be beautifully hand crafted and appeared playful interpretation of the infinity at the same time. Such work by him is observed in a piece called Another face, a helmet. Their work wittily shares the infinite possibilities of gender identity and the lives of real-life transgender people in Korean society.
After curating a Final show, he aims to renovate home a studio for working materials developments.