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Yo-E Ryou

Lecturer

Yo-E Ryou’s work weaves various gazes on images of the body and bodily gestures to re-imagine stories about one’s identity. Traveling from individual to collective and ecological perspectives, she follows personal memories, family histories, socio-political backgrounds and cultural heritages embedded in one’s body, for perhaps thousands of years. Ryou observes how they emerge as part of everyday rituals today, and influence a direct correspondence with our surroundings. She collect, organize, then shuffles images again to reimagine a new way of looking.

Representative Courses

Visual Language