June Korea, is a New York–based visual artist who uses photography as a bridge to invite viewers to his constructed fantasies. His aim is to visually translate his imagined narrative into the real world. His hope for his work is that it will serve as a catalyst that stimulates to leave questions of our solitary existence in human society.
Gyuri Cloe Lee is an independent animator/video artist who is based in Seoul, Korea. Many of her films examine the awkwardness created among seemingly unrelated, or simply misplaced things. Fascinated by heavily saturated color spectrum and unconventional storytelling, she often creates a surreal universe with no real sense of time and space, but somehow believable, and oddly charming. Her films have been shown at numerous festivals around the world. She has received her BFA in Film/Animation/Video at Rhode Island School of Design in 2017.