Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY

Contact

jaewonche@gmail.com

Education

2016-2014 MFA, Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University, NJ

2012-2007 AB in Physics, Visual Arts Certificate, Princeton University, NJ

Professional Experience

2017-2016 Assistant to Guy Goodwin and Dorothea Rockburne, NY

2016-2014 Lecturer, Drawing Fundamentals/Visual Thinking: Color, Rutgers University, NJ

2016-2014 Teaching Assistant, Figure Drawing/Seminar in Contemporary Art, Rutgers University, NJ

2014-2013 Data Analyst, Smart Learning Edu, Seoul, South Korea

2013-2012 Research Assistant, Neurotrauma and Repair Laboratory, Columbia University, NY

2010 Teaching Assistant, Intermediate Painting, Princeton University, NJ

2009-2007 Staff Photographer, Daily Princetonian, Princeton University, NY

2006 Research Assistant, Optoelectronics and Semiconductors Lab, Sogang University, South Korea

2006-2004 Research Assistant, Superconductor Laboratory, KMLA, South Korea

Residency

2011 Tyler School of Arts, Temple University, PA

2008 Parsons School of Design, The New School, NY

Solo Exhibitions

2016 Daylight All Night Long, Mason Gross Galleries, Rutgers University, NJ

2015 Squinting and Staring, Project Space, Rutgers University, NJ

2012 Frogs & Forms, Lucas Gallery, Princeton University, NJ

Group Exhibitions

2016 Rutgers in NY: Hungry Heart, The Invisible Dog Art Center, NY

2015 Welcome Back, Mason Gross Galleries, Rutgers University, NJ

2014 Status Whoa, Mason Gross Galleries, Rutgers University, NJ

2011 Baby, Come Back, Crane Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

2010 Work in Progress, Butler Gallery, Princeton University, NJ

Awards

2012 Lucas Award and Scholarship in Visual Arts

2011-2007 POSCO Fellowship for Science and Engineering (4-year merit scholarship)

2008 Outstanding Academic Achievement in the Science and Engineering Program

Publications

2012 Flat Sky Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB) Polarization Simulation and Assessment of the Synchrotron Foreground Emission for the Atacama B-mode Search (ABS)                                 

Press

2012 Evelyn Tu, Video Feature: Frogs & Forms, Princeton University, NJ

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