A person from Jeju who wants to capture and express the voices of refugees, sexual minorities, and marginalized people.
To him, refugees are not 'special ones', but just 'people in difficulties' and 'people who cannot talk about their difficulties or are turned away even if they talk about it.'
At the Jeju Museum of Art, I heard the voice of artist Jeram Yunghun Kang, who dreams of ‘diverse’ communication through ‘diverse’ voices by delivering the ‘diverse’ stories of ‘diverse’ people in our society in a ‘diverse’ way.
Jeju-based visual arts activist, educator, and researcher. The goal of his practice is to give a ‘small voice with a big impact’ and to create a physical and relational ‘safe space’ where anyone can be themselves. He illuminates the stories of cleaning workers, sexual minority soldiers, and refugees through various media.