What sticks out amongst this huge body of work is her playful style, her quick learning capabilities and her ambition to share and create collectively and engage with community of artists online.
A few weeks ago, I had the absolute pleasure to chat with the inspiring Soyun Park and we took a deep dive into some of the projects her community studio RGBdog has worked on, most notable ‘Bedroom Liveout’ as the pandemic has made the need for a rapid transition to online experiences necessary for several creatives.
Soyun Park came into the field of Art x Tech quite recently, with a strong graphic background in Printmaking and Fine Arts, but has shined in her works, mainly created in visual programming software Touchdesigner. On her Instagram everything from AR effects to glitchy visuals, projection mapping to web UI/UX, music videos to graphic posters and sometimes just random fun experiments can be found.
A snapshot of some of Soyun’s incredible variety of works
What sticks out amongst this huge body of work is her playful style, her quick learning capabilities and her ambition to share and create collectively and engage with community of artists online. She talks more deeply about her learning journey diving into technology, and offers helpful advice and tips for all kinds of beginner artists looking to develop their visual style.
Our edited session chat is on IGTV and timestamps are available below for a quick scrub on all the topics we cover.
00:14:00 — Soyun gives a short introduction about herself and her work
00:01:40 — Intro on Soyun’s community studio RGBdog
00:02:30 — How has COVID-19 6 months in impacted her creative process and work ?
00:04:30 — What are the defining characteristics and medium of Soyun’s visual work?
00:06:48 — Live question 01: How to begin making art that satisfies you ?
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