Young In Hong is a visual artist whose artistic practice embraces a range of disciplines of textiles, drawing, installation, performance, art in public space and artist book making. She often conducts research-led practices and is interested in undervalued cultural practices, politics of intuition and the practice of ‘equality’.
For her performance projects, Young In works in collaboration with art institutions, curators, performing artists and the public. Collective memory embedded in an unwritten history is a central theme, which often leads the artist to focus on historical archival images of specific events in South Korea.
Young In has presented work at Turner Contemporary, Margate (2017), Block Universe, London (2017), La Triennale di Milano (2016), Grand Palais, Paris (2016), Cecilia Hillström Gallery, Stockholm (2013/2016), ICA (2015), Gwangju Biennale (2014/2004), Delfina Foundation, London (2014), Kukje Gallery, Seoul (2013), Museum of Arts and Design, New York (2011).