Ivetta Sunyoung Kang is an interdisciplinary visual artist currently based in Montreal, Canada.
Her interest is expanded cinema, video art, video sculpture, text and A/V performance,
extended with philosophical and phenomenological inquiries.
She studied film directing at the BFA program, Film Production in South Korea.
She has achieved her MFA, Film Production Concentration, at Concordia University, in Montreal, Canada.
She looks at durational art forms, mostly within the platform of moving-image, as tangible receptacles that emanate the immaterial realm. Her works address the phenomenological subversion of the immateriality into the materiality, which reconfigures the intangibility of moving-image to substantiate the physical space.
Recently, she has experimented to capture the betweenness of the solid and the fluid as a matter of property that moving-image is potentiated to evoke through a scheme of installation.
She was shortlisted for the 2016 Sylvie and Simon Blais Award in Montreal, Canada.
Her films/videos and installations have widely been exhibited at various festivals and galleries.
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