Raised between South Korea and the U.S., Juwon lives between fragments, memories, and transcultural dreams. She employs video, performance, text, and other forms of materiality to reconfigure, break down, and retrace the body that is erased, shredded, raced, gendered, and loathed. Matrilineal trauma, language, constructions of femininity, colonial history, and imaginations of resistance provoke and sustain her practice.

Her work has been featured in publications, exhibitions, and screenings including CINEMQ, Boston Center for the Arts, VISIONS magazine, and others.




2018 Rhode Island School of Design, BFA Open Media + Gender, Sexuality, and Race Studies

C.V. + resumé available upon request