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LEE Jinjoon
LEE Jinjoon Assistant Professor
  • New Media Art (AI/XR/Data)
  • Total Experience Design
  • Future Opera
  • 이메일

    jinjoon.lee (at)

  • 연구실

    Bldg. N5, Room 2324

  • 전화번호

    +82 42 350 2913

  • Degree
    • B.BA., Seoul National University
    • B.FA. & M.FA., Seoul National University,
    • M.A. in Sculpture, Royal College of Art
    • Ph.D. in Fine Art, University of Oxford (2020)
  • Professor biography

    Dr. Jinjoon Lee FRSA is a new media artist, designer and creative director exploring the liminoid experience of utopian space ideologies with new technologies. After graduating from the Business School of Seoul National University, he went on to pursue a master degree of Moving Image(Jane and Louise Wilson) and Design Interaction (Anthony Dunne) at the Royal College of Art in London, and the doctorate of philosophy in the Ruskin School of Fine Art, University of Oxford. His doctoral thesis was titled Empty Garden: A Liminoid Journey to Nowhere in Somewhere (2020), which manifested as a 10-meter-long scroll that mixes East Asian garden aesthetics with existentialism, poetry and autoethnographic research. Since giving his debut solo exhibition at ARKO Art Centre of Arts Council Korea in 2008, Lee has exhibited at numerous venues worldwide. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA) and a full-fledged member of the Royal Society of Sculptors (MRSS). Dr.Lee is perhaps best known for the public media sculpture They permanently installed at Digital Media City, Seoul in 2010. Having previously taught at the University of Oxford, He has been appointed an assistant professor at KAIST and researches on Total Experience in Art, Architecture and Design with new technologies like Data, XR and AI at his TX creative media lab.

  • Lecture subject
    • CTP404 Creative Practice
    • GCT502 Aesthetics in the Digital Age
  • Representative research
  • Record
    • Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Culture Technology, KAIST (2021-Current)
    • KAIST Art Museum Director (Oct. 12, 2021 – Aug. 31, 2022)