Yeonjoo Cho is currently undertaking a practice-led PhD project at the Glasgow School of Art. 

Painterly hybridisation: a new mode of practice that appropriates the cultural dichotomy of Oriental/Western painting

Cho's research explores how the hybrid painting practice that juxtaposes ink and oil painting’s characteristics could dismantle the cultural dichotomy of Oriental/Western painting. Focusing on three academic fields—postcolonial theories, East Asian art history, and contemporary painting practice—the project aims to reconsider the problematic yet prevalent taxonomy of 'Oriental/Western', developing an alternative framework.

Supervised by Dr Marianne Greated & Dr Ranjana Thapalyal

To enquire more information of the research project, please contact: yeonjoochoart@gmail.com

 

Related Events

  • Call and Response – Research Student Presentations

15th June 2021

Facilitated by the School of Arts & Humanities RCA, Greenwich University and the NAFAE network.
Presentations online 01 -29 June 2021

For more information of the event:

http://www.provarca.com/events/call-and-response-2021/

Abstracts (pdf)

  • Encounters PhD Symposium

13th March 2020

Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, University of Dundee

Encounters is a one-day PhD research symposium which features a broad and diverse range of scholars working within art and design from institutions across the UK.

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  • PGR Research Methods Symposium

10th December 2019

The Glasgow School of Art

For more information of the event:

Abstracts (pdf)