Giclée print on Hahnemühle Museum Etching
50.5 x 21cm
Hand-signed with a Certificate of Authenticity
£100 + VAT
This August, Seoul-based artist Sojung Jun brings her dreamlike vision of utopia in the borderlands between South and North Korea to screens in London, Seoul and Tokyo. ‘GREEN SCREEN’ was created along the border of the Korean DMZ in June 2021 and considers the potential of a human-vacated or intermediate landscape. Discover more online here.
To coincide with this major new commission, Sojung Jun has created this new signed limited edition giclée print. Available to purchase on CIRCA for one month only (29.07.21 - 31.08.21).
CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY
Each Limited Edition comes with a stamped and dated certificate of authenticity.
Although we endeavour to deliver the prints as soon as possible, please note that due to the process involved, they may take between 1-2 months to arrive in the post. To guarantee each print arrives in perfect condition, they are carefully wrapped in tissue paper, hand packaged in a heavy duty cardboard wrap and delivered with a tracking number. This is reflected in the shipping fee at checkout.
If your delivery address is not within the United Kingdom, you may be subject to import duties, taxes and delivery service charges, which are levied once a shipment reaches your country. Any such additional charges for customs clearance must be borne by you.
CIRCA commissions a different artist each month to present new ideas that consider our world circa 2021. Previous CIRCA commissions include work from artists Patti Smith, Tony Cokes, David Hockney and Ai Weiwei.
Green Screen by Sojung Jun is created especially in support of the #CIRCAECONOMY, an initiative which arises in response to our post-Covid world. The #CIRCAECONOMY distributes 70% of profits to commission new culture and help support the creative community through cash grants to artists and institutions.
ABOUT SOJUNG JUN
Sojung Jun (b.1982, Busan) is an artist based in Seoul, South Korea. Using the language of video and writing, Jun is interested in creating a nonlinear space-time to awake a new awareness on history and the present or in how the changes made in physical boundaries penetrate daily sensorial experiences. In particular, she has produced works that weave and crisscross with her personal experiences by paying attention to people standing on the boundary amid the ruins of modernity and invisible voices. She has newly established what she has fragmented through interviews, historical materials and narratives appropriated from classical texts, and carries out experiments intersecting personal, psychological and aesthetic factors with political ones in life.