Title: Art and Faith
October 6th 2022, Interface talk
Speakers: Jess Lacey and Dohyun Baek
Jess works in the publishing industry as an editor at Hodder and Stoughton. Most of her time is spent working with authors, illustrators and designers to make beautiful books at Hoder Faith, an imprint within hachette UK.
Dohyun is a London based artist. He studied Fine art at Goldsmiths, University of London (2014-2018). Dohyun's figurative works are shaped by questions about what it is to be human and where peole find hope. These questions are explored through 'Doodooism', a concept he has been developing in his practice as a response to his generation's angst. Doodooism uses childish, meme-like humour to bridge the stories of vulnerable people to the wider humanity and acknowledges the frustrations, neglect and fatigue of those burdened and on the margins. Poo, bottoms, and clocks feature frequently to explore themes of time and process, human vulnerability, and creativity.
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