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[매거진 아카이빙] Branding in Asia_ 한국화가 김현정 인터뷰 수록


 

안녕하세요.

한국화가 김현정입니다.

오늘은 영문 잡지를

하나 소개해드리려고 해요.

바로 'Branding in Asia'라는

웹사이트 잡지인데요,

이 잡지에 제 이야기가

수록되었습니다.

 

그럼 우선 'Branding in Asia'에 대해

알아볼까요?


 

 

'Branding in Asia'

아시아 지역의 작품성 있고 실력 있는 marketing 산업 관련

작품, 기업, 전문가 등을 찾아 소개하고 있습니다.

 

'Branding in Asia' 홈페이지 :

https://brandinginasia.com/

 

2018Branding in Asia 웹사이트에 제 작품이 소개된 적이 있는데,

staff들과 구독자 반응이 좋아

좀 더 구체적인 기사를 싣고 싶다며 다시 연락이 왔습니다.

 

사실 제 기사가 실리기 전까지는 잘 몰랐던 웹사이트 잡지였는데요,

제 기사를 써준 기자님께 감사하는 마음으로 들여다보기 시작해서

이제는 종종 들여다보는 잡지가 되었답니다.

외국인 기자님과 영어로 진행해야하는 부담감이 컸는데요.

다행히도 메일과 전화를 통한 Q&A 형식으로 인터뷰를 진행하였습니다.

 

저희 연구원분들이 찍어주신 사진도 추가하고,

Branding in Asia 한국기자분의 도움으로 영문번역을 거치고 나니

쨔잔 멋지게 마무리가 되었습니다.

 

아래 링크로 들어가시면 'Branding in Asia'에 올려진 제 기사를 볼 수 있습니다.

https://brandinginasia.com/kim-hyun-jung-interivew/

 

기사를 한줄 한줄 함께 읽어보면서

기사에 실린 작품들 소개해드릴게요!


 

메인 사진입니다!

제가 두 명 있는 것 같죠?ㅎㅎ


Korean Artist Kim Hyun-Jung on her Art,

Creative Trends and Working with Brands

south Korean artist Kim Hyun-Jung has made her mark on the Korean art scene

 by painting outside the lines of

how women are traditionally perceived in a rapidly-transforming South Korean society.

Kim’s work, which combines the use of paint and paper,

is an ongoing series of portraits she refers to as Nae Sung Nyo (내숭녀) which is a form of slang that describes a contradictory state where one’s traditional outward appearance 

does not necessarily reflect

a more mischievous character within.

Her spirited subject, “Coy” dons traditional Korean hanbok that often reveals the 

silhouette of her nude body

underneath as she merrily engages in behavior outside the typical norms.

Be it speeding through the streets on a scooter, gorging herself with junk food or

myriad other scenarios that Kim paints her subject into.

The talented artist’s work has also drawn the attention of brands such, Samsung, Perrier and Coca-Cola, which commissioned Kim for a campaign for the Olympics that included a tip of the hat to the South Korean women’s curling team

who emerged as the darlings of the international media during the 

Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang earlier this year.

Branding in Asia recently spoke with Kim about her art, her work with brands and more.


 

< 내숭 : 나를 움직이는 당신 / Coy : You Move Me>,

한지 위에 수묵담채, 콜라쥬

Painting with Korea traditional ink, color and collage on Traditional Asian paper

195x 288 cm, 2013 


 

<내숭 : 준비완료! (With Coca Cola)>

 

한지 위에 수묵담채, 콜라쥬

Painting with Korea traditional ink, color and collage on Traditional Asian paper

2018


 

김현정, <내숭 : 새해다짐(feat.내일부터) / Coy : New Year’s resolution(feat. from tomorrow) /

装相 : 新年决心(feat.从明天开始)>

 

한지 위에 수묵과 담채, 콜라쥬

Painting with Korea traditional ink, color and collage on Traditional Asian paper

130 x 163 cm, 2016

Can you talk about your creative process and what inspires your work?

All of my work translates into drawing self-portraits by looking

into myself as if I was writing in a diary.

As a result, every aspect of my daily life becomes the source of inspiration.

However, not every part of life becomes a subject for my work.

It is important to capture events that take place with inconsistent or contradicting

outcomes as subjects on which the message itself can be expressed with wit.

These days, I have also been drawing after hearing stories on the radio,

and experimenting with the “collective intelligence” of netizens in trying out “social drawing.”

I have somewhat a unique process for working on projects.

 

아리랑TV 한국화가 김현정 영상:

https://youtu.be/BV1rFTE_l9o

 

1. First, the actual drawing is possible only after having direct experiences with everything

about the subject. I incorporate the real-time feelings at the time of these experiences into the conceptualization process of the project.

2. Then I plan out the overall image with interesting motions and compositions that will best express the intended work. This is followed by photographing the composition twice First I photograph the character’s silhouette and then I photograph the character wearing hanbok

(traditional Korean dress).

3. Sketch it out on hanji (traditional Korean paper)

4. Draw a nude sketch of the character.


 

5. Use black ink to draw the traditional Korean dress.

6. Paint the colors.

7. Create a collage of the upper garment, using the colored hanji.

 

https://youtu.be/3W0X30vgN8c

 

Your work for Coca-Cola campaign during the Olympics in Korea received praise in the international media. How did that relationship come about?

Recently, art collaboration has attracted public attention.

I’ve also been riding that wave by taking on art collaboration projects.

Coca-Cola, which planned an art marketing strategy for the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics,

had suggested Nae Sung Nyo participating in the winter sports, wearing traditional Korean dress.

After negotiations and signing the deal, my projects included curling, short track, and bobsled events.

The theme of the project was about Nae Sung Nyo participating in the global

celebration of the Winter Olympics while enjoying Coca-Cola.

Like any other project, the Coca-Cola project went through numerous discussions and

reviews during the preparation process.

Ultimately, that resulted in some great work.


 

<내숭 : 짜릿하게! (With Coca Cola)>

 

한지 위에 수묵담채, 콜라쥬

Painting with Korea traditional ink, color and collage on Traditional Asian paper

2018

 

You’ve done work for several different brands. From an artistic point of view, how is the approach different from your own personal work?

My dream is a society where art and daily life are more greatly infused.

In order to focus on my intention to create an environment through 

which art can be enjoyed outside of the galleries,

the marketing strategy of utilizing public media in exhibiting art in collaboration

with the brand was a very attractive one.

From an artistic perspective, the major difference between my own projects and 

collaboration with brands is that the

corporations’ needs must be sufficiently reflected in the art, rather than my own.

Obviously, you do not want to lose your own color,

 so a lot of adjustments must be taken into account

while coming to an agreement (with the brand).

However, through that process, it is possible to gain fresh ideas and learn new techniques and

enhance the level of completion through new experiences.

For example, I did some work with The Korean Horse Racing Association.

Personally, it is difficult to draw a horse even if I wanted to draw one.

This is because without directly observing and experiencing it,

 capturing the right expression is not easy.

The Korean Horse Racing Association allowed me to experience riding 

a horse and observe the horses as much as

I wanted so I was able to focus on the project.


 

김현정, < 내숭 : 제니티스 / Coy : Xenitis / 装相 :自由 >

한지 위에 수묵담채, 콜라쥬

Painting with Korea traditional ink, color and collage on Traditional Asian paper

128 x 188 cm, 2013


 

김현정, <내숭 : 달려가마() / Coy : Let's Run / 装相 : 奔马 >

 

한지 위에 수묵과 담채, 콜라쥬

Painting with Korea traditional ink, color and collage on Traditional Asian paper

2016


The use of fine art in advertising is rare. Do you think more brands should adopt this approach in their ad campaigns?

A company’s concern is that its products appeal to consumers.

The daily advertisements that flood the market are set with increasingly 

aggressive marketing strategies more popular

models and stronger images.

However, as consumers have become smarter, they are no longer easily captivated 

by provocative advertisements.

Rather than one-hit-wonders, they prefer advertisements that resonate with them.

From the art collaboration perspective, for example, famous movies were either digitized or

borrowed from in the production of advertisements.

This method aimed at engaging consumer consciousness for those 

who were familiar with the movies being used.

From the same perspective, art collaboration demonstrates an example of

 advancements in such strategies.

As the term ‘artsumer’ has become a trend in Korea, 

the art collaboration has become increasingly popular.

The projects that our team is working on in collaboration 

with brands are being reborn to demonstrate the

product’s advantages in the most effective ways by using attractive images.

As art collaboration becomes more popular, I anticipate 

that there will be great opportunities for more artists.  


 

김현정, < 내숭 : 떨림 / Coy : Flutter / 装相 :>

한지 위에 수묵담채, 콜라쥬

Painting with Korea traditional ink, color and collage on Traditional Asian paper

67.5 x 60 cm, 2013


What are some trends in the Korean creative scene that you like?

The reason for staying active in the social media scene is that I can always ascertain new information and techniques

by engaging with a wide range of people.

Everyone talks about the fourth industrial revolution.

It implies the transformation of the industrial environment,

in which automation and connectivity are maximized through artificial intelligence.

Accordingly, new technologies such as AI, AR, VR, 3D and 4D are flooding the market

to appropriate the 4th industrial revolution.

The field of art is not an exception in the age of the fourth industrial revolution.

Also, a painting was done by Deep Dream, the Google’s AI artist,

was even sold for 100,000,000 Won and the AI project ‘Next Rembrandt’,

recreated the unique painting style, colors, and oil painting texture of the original arts through imitation.

It has become possible to recreate the painting styles of deceased artists.

Rather than ignoring the changing times, I believe it is appropriate to not only keep pace, but stay one step ahead,

and utilize these technologies in attempting to create interesting works.

It could be an opportunity to pioneer a new field. It would be similar to Nam-Joon Park’s video arts.

It was very interesting to exhibit digitized old paintings, and by chance,

I had the opportunity to create a 3D print of the coy woman, which was new and the experience was very interesting.

Everything becomes interesting when new things are tried and learned.

So, I feel fortunate that I was born in Korea, where both changes and adaptations to new things are instantaneous.

Creative fields in Korea will advance in many ways and

I will attempt to accept and adapt to these changes as quickly as possible.


 

김현정, < 내숭 : 수고했어, 오늘도 / Coy : Keep it Up ! / 装相 :今天,也辛苦了 >

한지 위에 수묵과 담채, 콜라쥬

Painting with Korea traditional ink, color and collage on Traditional Asian paper

107 x 165 cm, 2014


What are some trends you don’t like?

As I’ve mentioned earlier, I believe that one has to be open to new and different experiences.

Shouldn’t a true artist have such a mindset?

I do not have any tendency to resist or dislike any of the creative fields that are trending.

What is some of your artwork you’ve done over the years that you are most proud of?

Each project spans about six months, hence I am proud of every one of them.

As people give a birth-name to a child, I give birth-names to my works.

So, although it is difficult to single out one piece, I am especially attached to some of the earlier works and

those works that required a lot of time to complete.

For example, the work “Acha-Ramyon” was a project that allowed the public to discuss coy stories.

And “Coy: You who move me”, was a project that enjoyed an interesting response overseas and was

better known by the name, McDelivery.

Although Cinderella was used as its motif, “Coy: Big Fish”, which was a sarcastic story about Cinderella,

who dreamed of social status advancements through marriage, was also one of my favorites.

 

See a whole lot more of her work here: www.kimhyunjung.kr



< 내숭 : 나를 움직이는 당신 / Coy : YouMove Me>,


한지 위에 수묵담채, 콜라쥬

Painting with Korea traditional ink, color andcollage on Traditional Asian paper

130 x 196 cm, 2013

 

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