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Sculpture (MA)

Jangho Yoon

Jangho Yoon (b. 1994), is a contemporary artist based in London and Seoul. His practice mainly focuses on sculpture and painting. In 2022, he obtained a Bachelor's degree in Environmental Sculpture from the University of Seoul and is currently pursuing a postgraduate program in Sculpture at the Royal College of Art.

Selected Solo & Group Exhibitions:

"Wholly Other - Double solo exhibition", The Crypt Gallery, London, 2023

"HUNG, DRAWN&QUARTERED, Standpoint Gallery, London, 2023

"Everything Is Temporary", 3 Locks Brewing Company, London, 2023

"Aemaehan Sai'S", Kosa Space Gallery, Seoul, Korea, 2017


Prick and Stitch, HUNG, DRAWN&QUARTERED, Standpoint Gallery, London, 2023


Ground floor of Design and Sculpture Building, University of Seoul, Seoul, Korea

Assemble in progress of Jangho Yoon.

Yoon's artistic practice emerges from personal experiences, considering the universality of self-awareness formed within the present social order as a key creative concern while questioning the validity of individuals' instinctive defences when confronted with the unknown. Within this ongoing process, people find themselves subjected to unfortunate and lamentable circumstances. Yoon's sculptures apply a dynamic quality, establishing a tumultuous defensive boundary between the artwork and the viewer, presenting an exploration of imperfect cyclic structures.

His current project aims to confront mechanized processes and the rigid, non-idealized aspects of society, employing a programmatically driven confrontation to challenge and dismantle the collective unconscious concealed beneath societal norms.

kinetic work which has 8 wings
kinetic work which has 5 arms
70 pieces of bone-like sculpture
Natural shaped sculpture on the ground
natural shaped green sculpture
natural shaped green sculpture
small kinetic sculpture
a piece of work with eight black arms rotating
2 hands of work