Cha Ji Ryang's research focusses on individuals within isolated contemporary systems through both independent and collaborative projects such as Korean Refugees (2014-2024) new home (2012), Temporary Enterprise (2011), Midnight Parade (2010), and Independent Club of Indi-Gen (2010). He is interested in politics, education and culture in relation to Korean society, and explores an apocalyptical, yet solidary future and the audience's role to disrupt it through media and language.
Artist in residence at the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (MMCA) Goyang in Gyeonggi-do, South Korea from 2014 to 2015, Cha Ji Ryang is the recipient of many awards, including the NeMAF, Young Artist award and the Seoul Digital Univ Art Prize, Grand prize and the excellence award at the Juan Media Festival.
New Shelters, Arko Art Center, Seoul (KOR)
Super-Spreader: Media Virus, NJP Art Center, Yongin (KOR)
Photography and Media: 4 AM, Seoul Museum of Art SeMA, Seoul (KOR)
Festival Bom, Seoul/Busan/Yokohama (KOR/JP)
Real Asian Town, Asian Game, Incheon (KOR)
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