Junha Kim is a digital media artist based in Seoul, Korea.
He had his BAS in Art&Technology at Sogang University.
From 2020, he is currently pursuing his MFA in Art&Technology, School of Art, at California Institute of the Arts.
With surrealistic 3D Images Integrated with Immersive media,
he produces works that raise questions about ordinary Images and experience, seeking to expand our senses.
His storytelling with emerging technology consists of video, AR/VR, simulations, data-driven animation, projection mapping.
He is skeptical of any concrete ideology and loves to create mysteries and fantasies with experimental digital images.
His 3D graphics with media technology, which can distort form, material, context while producing realistic scenes, are great tools for achieving his artistic goals. Junha's digital art practices blur the boundaries between art genres such as sculpture, painting, video, performance, installation, trying to confuse the audience, and challenge their senses.
His computer graphic works have been selected by many qualified shows such as Japan Media Arts Festival, SIGGRAPH ASIA, and SICAF. Also, he has exhibited his media Installations at Lotte World Tower, theaters, and many art galleries.