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Spaces: Art Sonje Center private art museum (*1998), Art Space Pool (*1999), Audio Visual Pavilion exhibition space, The Book Society bookstore (*2010), The Books (Samuso) bookstore, Dotolim small venue for improvised music and experimental art (*2010), D Project Space gallery (*2012), Factory exhibition space (*2002), Gagarin art bookstore (*2010) [1], GBN Live House underground music venue, The House Concert living room concerts (*2002) [2], Insa Art Space (*2000), Jeokdo artist workspace (*2018), Loop Alternative Space gallery (*2006), Nam June Paik Art Center (*2008), Sarubia project space (*1999), Seendosi artist-run bar and performance & event venue (*2015), Seoul Art Space Mullae creativity space (*2010), Yogiga music venue and art space.

Media: Audio Visual art journal, Balloon & Needle record label (*2003), Domino magazine (*2011), Mediabus independent publishing house (*2007), Workroom art publishing house & graphic studio (*2006).

Events: dotolimpic festival (*2012), NeMaF new media festival (*2000), Seoul Mediacity Biennale (*2000).

Art workers: Bong Gyo Lee (이봉교), Byoungjae Lee, Choi Joonyong, Gangil Yi (이강일), Hankil Ryu (류한길은), Haeju Kim, Helen Jungyeon Ku, Hong Chulki, Hwalsung Park, Hyungjin Kim (김형진), Ian-John Hutchinson, Jin Jung, Jin Sangtae, Jiyeon Kim, Lauren E. Walker, Lee Hanjoo (이한주), Lee Yunho, Kyung Yong Lim (임경용), Min Oh, Park Chang Soo, Seewon Hyun (현시원), Shinseungback Kimyonghun (Shin Seung Back & Kim Yong Hun), Soojung Kae (계수정), Taekyung Seo (서태경), Yukie Sato (사토유키에).

Publications
  • 00 Document, eds. Kyung Yong LIM, Jungyeon Ku, and Seewon Hyun, Seoul: Mediabus, 2007, 180 pp. A report on autonomous activities among various communities, individuals, groups in Seoul. [3]
  • Gail Priest, "Place: Seoul, South Korea", real time, 2015.


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