Dawoon Park


A lecture performance, Summersnowglobalism at Rundgang 2022 - Universität der Künste Berlin
18:20-18:40, 23. 07. 2022
Medienhaus, Grunewaldstraße 2-5, 10823, Berlin, Germany

OTHER-Control vs. SELF-Determination

08. 07. - 24. 07. 2022
designtransfer, Berlin, Germany

Selected Projects

A Lecture Performance, Summersnowglobalism


Moonage Daydream

Spirit of Kitchen


Face Value

Scenery Between-Window 3

Scenery Between-Window 2
Scenery Between-Window 1

Unstable Mask

Buddha of Capitalism

Waste Does Not Communicate

Skipping Hierarchy

The Self Captured in Absolute Black



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Dawoon Park

Dawoon Park is a media artist and researcher born in South Korea and currently based in Germany. She studied Visual Communication Design in Seoul and New Media in Berlin. She is keen to work at the intersection of visual art, theory and practice. Her recent research focuses on the analysis of the hybrid spaces in between nature and culture and social relations of networks made up of human-nonhuman being and things. It takes the form of texts, performances, film and installations. Medium and materials are carefully selected according to the context of the philosophy and media theory on top of which her practice is grounded. Digital technology and electronic components make up a core part of her work.


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Scenery Between-Windows 3 

Queen Elizabeth II is featured on more banknotes in more countries than any other individual. The pervasiveness of a national representative suggests historical and political hegemony in international relations. The digital economic geography yet under the lasting influence of this legacy seems to alter in a different way, namely by 'sharing'. Influencers who were empowered by being entangled in the network play a pivotal role in encouraging a decentralized world.

The 20-pound note has a transparent window with a portrait of Queen Elizabeth. Through the window, the audience sees a sneak peek of the morphing images of two datasets, the faces of 317 national representatives on banknotes and the faces of 1001 internet users.