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Kelvin Kyung Kun Park is an artist based in Seoul, born in 1978. He works primarily in the mediums of film and video, photography, and installation, with a focus on exploring the unconscious and its relationship with technology and subjectivity. His award-winning works have been exhibited at various international venues, including the Busan International Film Festival, Berlinale, HotDocs, New York Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), Taipei Biennale, and Sharjah Biennale. Park has received numerous awards and nominations, including the Art Spectrum Award from Leeum Samsung Museum of Art, Busan Film Festival's Best Documentary Award, and a nomination for the MMCA Korea Artist Prize and BMW Art Journey. Recently, his major solo exhibitions include "When Tigers Used to Smoke" (2022) at OCAT Museum, Shanghai, and "Double Mirror" (2020) at the Shanghai Museum of Glass in China.