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

PAINTERLY HYBRIDISATION:

A MODE OF PRACTICE TO DEFINE AND RE-PRESENT ORIENTAL PAINTING AS AN INTERCULTURAL HYBRID

Cho’s research explores how the hybrid painting practice that juxtaposes ink and oil painting’s characteristics could dismantle the pervasive cultural dualism of Oriental and Western painting. Based on three academic fields—postcolonial theories, East Asian art history, and contemporary painting practice—her project aims to reconsider the meaning of Oriental painting, developing an alternative framework that reflects the current postcolonial reality.

Supervised by Dr Marianne Greated & Dr Ranjana Thapalyal

 

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)