A design exhibition, entitled Research and Life Balance, kicked off this week, featuring the artworks created by imminently graduating students of Urban and Environmental Engineering at UNIST.
The exhibition started on Monday, November 4 and will be open from 9 am. to 6 pm. until November 9, 2019. An opening reception of the exhibition, which also included Artist Talk was also held in the Science Cabin Bldg. (125) of UNIST at 4 pm. on November 4, 2019.
Centered on the theme ‘Research-Life Balance’, three students with Convergence of Science and Arts (CSA) major will be showcasing their graduation works in this exhibition. The theme reinterprets the term ‘work-life balance’ from a researcher’s viewpoint. In particular, they focused on the ‘Re-Label (Re-labelling)’ process, considering the work-life balance for a research scientist.
The exhibition, comprised of a prologue, three main works, and an epilogue, has been carried out by three imminently graduating students (WooYeon Kim, JeongHyeon Bae, and Jonas Akorm Nyamador) under the guidance of Professor Jaeweon Cho
HyeonKyeong Lee, and JongEun Lee. The exhibition planning and curating have been covered by Hye Jung Kim (CAS, School of Urban and Environmental Engineering). It has been also participated by Artist Ji Woo Jeon and Bogdan (CAS, School of Urban and Environmental Engineering).