Online Research Show - Migration to a New Earth Planet -8 tactics to face the noisy summer 



As part of the exhibition and ACC Young Artist Residency Program in Gwangju, I have conducted research to deepen the discourse, created a video, and curated En-Man Chang's works for the exhibition. Several invasive species have been forcibly migrated to Asia for political-economic purposes, primarily as food resources. Through exploring the American Bullfrog (Lithobates Catesbeianus) in South Korea and the Giant African Land Snail (Achatina Fulica) in Taiwan, I aim to reposition these non-human entities, often relegated merely to food resources, from a biopolitical perspective. Beyond examining the methods of killing and consumption, I also explore the concept of 'Rewilding' in consideration of human-nonhuman relations, with an eye toward a more abundant future.

Curated by Juhyun Cho (Curatorial Director)
Advised by Myung Ae Choi (KAIST)