Few Days Left to View the Mobile Photography & Art Exhibition at the Seoul Museum of Art

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I hope you will recall my mobile photography and art Presentation in Seoul, South Korea in September this year. If not, please take a look here, also please take a look at the Showcase that I presented to the audience, with your art.

The reason I writing this post is that the exhibition is still on display but sadly it ends of the 13th December (I really wish I could have been there for the entire duration).

These are the images, I selected to exhibit, I was only asked for my own but I would not settle for that, I took what I could with me, here they are. Many thanks to Jun Yamaguchi, Sarah Jarrett, Damian De Souza, Janine Graf, Mimi Svanberg, Roger Guetta and Carolyn Hall Young.

Huge thanks to the Seoul Museum of Art and of course to Digifun for inviting and taking care of me so well.

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Joanne Carter Lecture on Mobile Imagery at DigiFun Art Festival 2015 – Seoul Museum of Art – Part 8

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I hope you’re all following the posts relating to my lecture at the Seoul Museum of Art, South Korea on 23 September 2015.  If you have missed any, please go here. It was a huge honour for me to be invited by DigiFun Art to participate in the DigiFun Art: Urban Scape Mobile Photography & Art Exhibition and Festival at this most prestigious museum.  

I divided my two hour+ lecture into sections, if you’ve missed those, please go here. Part 8 was my ‘one more thing’ section. I wanted to show the Korean audience the incredibly creative work of MaryJane Sarvis. As many of you know, Sarvis uses her mobile photography art designs to create the most incredible silk scarves. I explained a little about Sarvis and then played this fabulous video – it was the most perfect climax to my lecture.

Many of the audience came up to me at the end of this presentation, to ask for her contact details.  I will add them here:

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Joanne Carter Lecture on Mobile Imagery at DigiFun Art Festival 2015 – Seoul Museum of Art – Part 6

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I hope you’re all following the posts relating to my lecture at the Seoul Museum of Art, South Korea on 23 September 2015.  If you have missed any, please go here. It was a huge honour for me to be invited by DigiFun Art to participate in the DigiFun Art: Urban Scape Mobile Photography & Art Exhibition and Festival at this most prestigious museum.  

I divided my two hour+ lecture into sections and I will now run through my sixth group of slides/my notes that I made in Part 6.  Regular readers will recall Susan Rennie’s cafe collective of mobile photography images.  I became so mesmerised by them earlier this year, that I asked Rennie to tell me more and created a video showcase too. I was sure that our Korean audience would appreciate this collective as much as we all do and I was right. They followed each image intently and when the video was completed, there were many positive sounds and acknowledgements. This is what I presented below:

Please note, that these are my notes to prompt not only myself but also my really wonderful English/Korean translator Carol Seungjoo Park – I expanded upon these points within my lecture.

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Joanne Carter Lecture on Mobile Imagery at DigiFun Art Festival 2015 – Seoul Museum of Art – Part 5

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I hope you’re all following the posts relating to my lecture at the Seoul Museum of Art, South Korea on 23 September 2015.  If you have missed any, please go here. It was a huge honour for me to be invited by DigiFun Art to participate in the DigiFun Art: Urban Scape Mobile Photography & Art Exhibition and Festival at this most prestigious museum.  

I divided my two hour+ lecture into sections and I will now run through my fifth group of slides/my notes that I made in Part 5. In this section, as I knew that image collusions are very popular in the Far East, I wanted to explain our wonderful section Artistic Anarchy: Mobile Collusions Column, edited by Jaime Glasser. I created a video of images selected by Glasser to show the audience and have published that below.  Congratulations to the following artists for being featured:  Kerryn Benbow, Karina Wollina, Mark Schnidman, Sonja Kautzman, Carolyn Hall Young, Edith Meier, Julio Pelaez, Becka Schiller, Laboridomi Latorre, Fiona Christian, Anthony Ozorai, Manuela Ballasadero, Sukru Mehmet Omur, Elaine Taylor, Christina Rankin, Cecily Batey Caceu, Andrew Lucchesi, Kim Martino Diaz, Garry Ryon, Marguerite Koury, Michelle Mott, Dieter Gabel, Chad Rankin, Gretchen Bickert, Aldo  Pacheco, Claude Labarussiat, Jo Sullivan, Riva Ax Riise, Jane Fiala, Vivi Hanson Sacerdote, Lisa Peters, Benamon Tame, Tina Rice, Barbara Nebel, Violet Martins, Kate Zari Roberts, Pam Blackstone, David Hayes, Diana Nicholette Jeon, Allyson Marie, Isabella Matthews, Armineh Hovanesian.

Please note, that these are my notes to prompt not only myselfW but also my really  wonderful English/Korean translator Carol Seungjoo Park – I expanded upon these points within my lecture.

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Joanne Carter Lecture on Mobile Imagery at DigiFun Art Festival 2015 – Seoul Museum of Art – Part 4

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I hope you’re all following the posts relating to my lecture at the Seoul Museum of Art, South Korea on 23 September 2015.  If you have missed any, please go here. It was a huge honour for me to be invited by DigiFun Art to participate in the DigiFun Art: Urban Scape Mobile Photography & Art Exhibition and Festival at this most prestigious museum.  

I divided my two hour+ lecture into sections and I will now run through my fourth group of slides/my notes that I made in Part 4, in this section I reference two intense tutorials that I created and bios by Meri Walker and Carolyn Hall Young. (please see Part 1, 2 and 3 here).

Please note, that these are my notes to prompt not only myself but also my really wonderful English/Korean translator Carol Seungjoo Park – I expanded upon these points within my lecture.

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Joanne Carter Lecture on Mobile Imagery at DigiFun Art Festival 2015 – Seoul Museum of Art – Part 3

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I hope you’re all following the posts relating to my lecture at the Seoul Museum of Art, South Korea on 23 September 2015.  If you have missed any, please go here. It was a huge honour for me to be invited by DigiFun Art to participate in the DigiFun Art: Urban Scape Mobile Photography & Art Exhibition and Festival at this most prestigious museum.  

I divided my two hour+ lecture into sections and I will now run through my third group of slides/my notes that I made in Part 3, in this section I reference social media and its importance in the mobile photography and mobile art circles. (please see Part 1 & 2 here).

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Joanne Carter – Short Video on Mobile Imagery at DigiFun Art Festival 2-15 – Seoul Museum of Art

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I hope you’re all following the posts relating to my lecture at the Seoul Museum of Art, South Korea on 23 September 2015.  If you have missed any, please go here. It was a huge honour for me to be invited by DigiFun Art to participate in the DigiFun Art: Urban Scape Mobile Photography & Art Exhibition and Festival at this most prestigious museum.  

I divided my two+ hour lecture into sections and if you’ve missed any that I have posted so far, please go here. I was sent this very short video clip of a small section of my lecture by Sangwoo Kang from DigifunArt. I have a lot more video content that I will be publishing soon too, this is just a preview…it features work by Mimi Svanberg, Carolyn Hall Young and Dilshad Corleone

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Joanne Carter Lecture on Mobile Imagery at DigiFun Art Festival 2015 – Seoul Museum of Art – Part 2

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I hope you’re all following the posts relating to my lecture at the Seoul Museum of Art, South Korea on 23 September 2015.  If you have missed any, please go here. It was a huge honour for me to be invited by DigiFun Art to participate in the DigiFun Art: Urban Scape Mobile Photography & Art Exhibition and Festival at this most prestigious museum.  

I divided my two hour+ lecture into sections and I will now run through my second group of slides/my notes and video presentations that I made in Part 2 (please see Part 1 here) with many thanks to Dilshad Corelone, Carolyn Hall Young and Kate Zari Roberts.

Please note, that these are my notes to prompt not only myself but also my really wonderful English/Korean translator Carol Seungjoo Park.

Please scroll down to ensure that you view the entire Part 2 section, including all videos.

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DigiFun Art Festival 2015 – Seoul Museum of Art – Part 1

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I hope you’re all following the posts relating to my lecture at the Seoul Museum of Art, South Korea on 23 September 2015.  If you have missed any, please go here. It was a huge honour for me to be invited by DigiFun Art to participate in the DigiFun Art: Urban Scape Mobile Photography & Art Exhibition and Festival at this most prestigious museum.  

I divided my lecture into sections and I will run through the first slides and video presentation that I made in Part 1 with many thanks to Mimi Svanberg.

 

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DigiFunArt Festival 2015 at The Seoul Museum of Art – Introduction

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Many of you will be aware that I was invited to lecture at the Seoul Museum of Art, South Korea on 23 September 2015.  It was a huge honour for me to be invited by DigiFun Art to participate in the DigiFun Art: Urban Scape Mobile Photography & Art Exhibition and Festival at this most prestigious museum.  

Seoul Museum of Art is the representative art museum of Seoul, the capital of Korea and a central city of Asia, that aims to be a ‘Beautiful, Good, and Smart Art Museum.’ In order to accomplish this goal, the museum has set up two major objectives: to become a world-renowned art museum and to be a museum for the city and its people. Under such objectives, the museum is making great efforts to expand and promote itself as a place for culture and the arts as well as a space for meaningful social education. Through a variety of exhibitions and educational programs that reflect a cosmopolitan sense, regional characteristics, professionalism, and popularity, the museum hopes to reach its goals.

This exhibition titled DigiFun Art: Urban Scape aims to show how mobile devices and their various applications, which have become more than essential to us, also serve as a new artistic tool for artists; as well as to shed light on creative activities in new fields that have emerged through the various functions of smart devices.

The term ‘DigiFun’ in the title of the exhibition is a compound word made from ‘digital’ and ‘fun.’ Just as the contemporary British artist David Hockney has been creating and presenting a series of iPad drawings since 2009, portable mobile gadgets allow people to engage in creative activities without being limited by place or conventional tools such as brushes or water colours, and fulfil the basic need for novelty and pleasure.

The Opening Ceremony took place on 22 September 2015 and the exhibition runs to 13 December 2015. Please do visit, if you can.

Other artists participating in the Digifun Art Mobile Art Exhibition & Festival include Susan Murtaugh, Jeremy Sutton, Hong Seung-Hye, Hong Kyoungtack, Kim Yong-chul, Kim Yong-kwan, Park Gwang-soo, Lee Fi, Jörg Hinz, Ahn Seung-joon and Hong-kyu Kim.  I also personally asked to include art by Sarah Jarrett, Mimi Svanberg, Jun Yamaguchi, Janine Graf, Roger Guetta and Carolyn Hall Young – their works including my own are displayed on a digital screen within the exhibition.  

Huge thanks go to Professor Ahn, Amy Chung and Sangwoo Kang of DigiFun Art and also to Ara Jo  Seung-Eun Una Lee and all their colleagues at the Seoul Museum of Art for organising and inviting me to lecture at this spellbinding mobile art festival.

Photos included here were taking by various people including Ara Jo and Sangwoo Kang.

Yesterday, I published the main Flickr Group Showcase that I showed during my lecture, if you missed that, please go here. In my next post, I will publish the first part of my lecture.

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