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[CONNECT, BTS] 'Being a minority Asian artist, BTS gave me thrills': BTS collab Korean artist [VIDEO]



Video by Lee Min-young

K-pop megaband BTS is now venturing into the art world.

'CONNECT, BTS' is a global public art project in collaboration with BTS, involving 22 artists across five cities: London, Berlin, Buenos Aires, Seoul and New York.

"Living as an Asian female new media artist away from home in London, I always considered myself a minority. However, the rise of BTS gave me thrills because it proved anyone can achieve mainstream success. I reflected in my work what I felt observing this BTS phenomenon through the lense of an artist," the project's only Korean artist Kang Yi-yun said during a media event for the Seoul leg of CONNECT, BTS on Jan. 28.

Full article by Dong Sun-hwa can be read at: https://www.koreatimes.co.kr/www/art/2020/02/732_282622.html





Video by Lee Min-young

K-pop megaband BTS is now venturing into the art world.

'CONNECT, BTS' is a global public art project in collaboration with BTS, involving 22 artists across five cities: London, Berlin, Buenos Aires, Seoul and New York.

"Living as an Asian female new media artist away from home in London, I always considered myself a minority. However, the rise of BTS gave me thrills because it proved anyone can achieve mainstream success. I reflected in my work what I felt observing this BTS phenomenon through the lense of an artist," the project's only Korean artist Kang Yi-yun said during a media event for the Seoul leg of CONNECT, BTS on Jan. 28.

Full article by Dong Sun-hwa can be read at: https://www.koreatimes.co.kr/www/art/2020/02/732_282622.html



Lee Min-young minlee@koreatimes.co.kr


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