Audible Garden Solo Exhibition, 2023
EXHIBITION | Audible Garden
DATES | 21 July - 13 October 2023
VENUE | Korean Cultural Centre, London, UK
11 August 2023, 5:30 - 7:00 p.m  Reserve

Audible Garden, the solo exhibition of work by new media artist Jinjoon Lee as part of a yearlong celebration of the 140th anniversary of diplomatic relations between the Republic of Korea and the UK. Drawing inspiration from Asian Sansui landscape painting and Korean garden philosophy, Lee has created a multisensory space that constructs a new environment whilst also deciphering the current world we inhabit. Inspirited by Lee’s residency at Hertz lab of the ZKM in Germany, Audible Garden will run from 21 July - 13 October 2023 at the KCCUK exhibition space.
Manufactured Nature: Irworobongdo Public Event, 2023
DATES | 23 September - 13 October 2023
VENUE | Esea Contemporary, Manchester, UK
7 October 2023, 7:00 - 8:00 pm (KST)  / 11:00 am - 12:00 pm (BST) Reserve

In partnership with the Korean Cultural Centre UK (KCCUK) in London, esea contemporary is delighted to present a special artwork display in our Communal Project Space, accompanied by an artist talk featuring Jinjoon Lee. 
The showcased artwork, titled 'Manufactured Nature: Irworobongdo' (2023), is the outcome of Lee's extensive exploration into urban landscape. By contemplating the transplanted nature of urban trees and the manufactured essence they assume in their novel surroundings, Lee delves into the recurring theme of an enigmatic 'nowhere in somewhere' in his oeuvre.

Utopian Scenario About Nature Group Exhibition
DATES | 2 September 2023 - 1 January 2024
VENUE | Museum of Contemporary Art Busan, Busan, Korea
LINKS | MoCA Busan

With the full-scale emergence of the climate crisis, and these new changes in modes of capitalism, promoting environmentally friendly policies across politics, economics, society, and culture, and a reorganization driven by the aestheticization of nature, Utopian Scenario about Nature was conceived to question what “environmentally friendly” really should mean and find answers in contemporary art. This is, after all, in an era in which economists pursue ecological and degrowth theories as alternatives, seeking to move away from mainstream economics focused on growth, and political sociologists demand comprehensive systemic transition requiring changes to the fundamentals of capitalist life, nonetheless a question for contemporary art: “What should contemporary art produce?” Or, in other words, “How should the role of contemporary art and its methods of artistic production change in the era of climate crisis?”

GALLERY VER Group Exhibition
DATES | April 2024
VENUE | Gallery VER, Bangkok, Thailand
CURATOR | Nim Niyomsin
GLIMPSE  Duo Exhibition
ARTISTS| Aldo Tambellini, Jinjoon Lee
DATES | 18 June - 14 August 2023
VENUE | MAIIAM Contemporary Art Museum, Chiang Mai, Thailand

MAIIAM Contemporary Art Museum presents GLIMPSE, an exhibition by pioneers and experimental media artists Aldo Tambellini and Jinjoon Lee. The pair are set to present installations that challenge our perception of reality and evoke a deep exploration of human consciousness.
ECHO & Irworobongdo Media Festival at Daejeon
EVENT | Zero O’clock Festival
DATES | 11 August – 17 August, 2023
VENUE | Areas along Jungang-ro, Daejeon, Korea

The Daejeon Zero O'clock Festival has unveiled its theme as a 'time travel festival' that will showcase the past, present, and future of Daejeon through its various events and programs.
Audible Garden : Panel Discussion  Panel Discussion with Artist
DATES | 11 August 2023 5:30pm – 7:00pm
VENUE | Korean Cultural Centre UK 
Kevin Walker, professor of Research Centre in Post Digital Cultures at Coventry University
Arnaud Petit, Sub Dean of Brasenose College at the University of Oxford
Octavia Reeve, Associate Director at the Ada Lovelace Institute

Discover the inspiration behind the captivating artworks and gain insights into the artist's creative process. This panel discussion also offers a unique opportunity to delve deeper into the connection between art, philosophy, and technology with two other professionals.
UNDECIMBER  - Live performance, 2022 
at Seoul Namsan Gukakdang(Traditional Music Theater), Seoul, Korea, 22 November, 2022
Hear the Voice of Wind - Single Channel Video and Sound Installation, 2022
at The 14th Gwangju Biennale Sponsorship Exhibition, Meta Art Station, 7 April - 9 July
at Coventry University, Coventry, UK, 21 November, 2022
at Art hall1, DDP(Dongdaemun Digital Plaza). Seoul, Korea, 18 - 20 November, 2022
at  COP27 Conference, Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt, 14 - 15 November, 2022
Walk Between Moment and Eternity - 1.5m*1.5m*3m*8box, LED Digital Sculpture and Video Installation, 2022
at Changgyeonggung, Seoul, Korea, 25 October - 6 November, 2022
Wandering SunSingle Channel Video and  Sound Installation, 2022
at Korean Cultural Centre UK, London, UK, 8 September - 5 November, 2022
at Commde Design Centre, Bangkok, Thailand, 29 October - 18 November, 2022
Green Room GardenAI, AR, video, sound, green gel filter lighting, wall painting, stone, door, variable size, 2022
at Gyeongnam Art Museum, Gyeongnam, Korea, 8 April - 26 June, 2022
喊聲 ECHO - Two Channel Videos and Sound, 5'00'', 2022
at Sejong Center for the Performing Arts, Seoul, Korea, 14 August - 27 August, 2022
gOd, mOther and sOldier - Nowhere in Somewhere Series, Single Channel Video and Sound Installation, 6'00'', 2022
Publications; "gOd, mOther and sOldier: A Story of Oppression, Told Through the Lens of AI" Leonardo, MIT Press, 2022
at Metaverse Gallery TEBAH , 21 January - 31 January, 2022
Blind Sound in Sound MirrorsNowhere in Somewhere Series, Single Channel Video and Sound Installation, 2’50”, 2017
at Iksan Arts Center, Iksan, Korea, 29 July - 4 September, 2022
at 19th Asian Art Biennale Bangladesh, 1 February - 31 March, 2022
at Gallery of R&F Group, London, UK,
12 December 2021  - 16 March, 2022​​​​​​​
Zero Ground in Hiroshima - Nowhere in Somewhere Series, Single Channel Video and Sound Installation, 1’50”, 2017
at Iksan Arts Center, Iksan, Korea, 29 July - 4 September, 2022
at 19th Asian Art Biennale Bangladesh, 1 February - 31 March, 2022
at Gallery of R&F Group, London, UK,
12 December 2021  - 16 March, 2022​​​​​​​
Empty Garden, Single Channel Video and Sound Installation, 2mins, 2021
at Firstsite Museum, Colchester, UK, 15 July - 31 October, 2021
at South London Gallery, London, UK, 10 December - 20 February, 2022
MOANAIA, Single Channel Video and Sound Installation, 5mins, 2020
at Gwangju Museum of Art, Gwangju, Korea, 15 July - 31 October, 2021
at Le6b, Paris, France, 10 October - 23 October, 2021
INSOMNIA, Single Channel Video and Sound Installation, 3mins
Public Collection_National Museum of Modern and Contemporay Art, Seoul, Korea, 2021 

at MAIIAM Contemporary Art Museum, Chiang Mai, Thailand, 18 June - 14 August, 2023​​​​​​
at Deoksugung, Seoul, Korea, 1 September - 28 December, 2017
at Seoul Art Center, Hangaram Art Museum, Seoul, Korea, 7 December 2012 - 27 January 2013
at Chez National Museum, Prague, Czech, 5 - 31 October, 2010
at National Gallery for Foreign Art, Sofia, Bulgaria, 20 August - 5 September, 2010
at National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Gwacheon, Korea, 8 May - 4 July, 2010
at Ieyoung Contemporary Art Museum, Yongin, Korea, 20 November 2009 - 31 March 2010
at Square Art Museum, Nanjing, China, 23 - 29 June, 2007
at Gallery Hyundai, Seoul, Korea, 2 - 21 October, 2007
at ARKO Art Center, Art Council of Korea, Seoul, Korea, 2 July - 26 August, 2007
at Seoul Art Center, Hangaram Art Museum, Seoul, Korea, 8 November - 13 December, 2006

Your Stage, Light installation with LED, Glasses, Stainless Steel, 2008
Reopen_Gallery Bakyoung, Paju, Korea, 2022