ㅡ in the book of anthology: Why Was I Unable to Make Such Confessions (2021)
ㅡ partially exhibited in 《PHOTOGRAPHY BY ANY MEANS》 curated by Samantha Johnston(Executive Director and Curator of Colorado Photographic Center of Arts) and Rose Fredrick(Curator of PACE Center Gallery) at PACE Gallery, 2021
ㅡ an excerpt of the series were featured in PAPER Magazine 2020 Summer Issue
ㅡ featured over a 12-page spread in Be:lit Magazine 2020 Winter Issue
ㅡ featured in a 10-page spread in An Usual Magazine 11th Issue (2021)
ㅡ the image, Silence of doors, was featured in Monthly Photography Magazine 2020 September Issue
ㅡ the image, Home is everywhere and quite often nowhere, in the series was commissioned to be the cover of the book
The Bell Jar by the Pulitzer-Award-Winning author Sylvia Plath
ㅡ some of the photographs were featured in Fall Line Publisher's Insta Magazine page
* 이 시리즈는 두 개의 작업으로부터 시작되었다. 처음엔 시집 <<우리 너무 절박해지지 말아요>>에서 타국에서 않아온 고립감이 활자 언어로 담기었고, 이후 모노크롬(흑백사진)으로 활자 언어가 몸을 옮겨 시각 언어로 태어났다. 가 그 시리즈다. 모두 같은 앓음으로부터 태어났다. 네 해에 걸쳐 두 번이나 작업으로 발화된 후에도 외피만 바뀌었을 뿐 결핍은 가까이 있었고, 그로부터 시리즈가 세상에 나오게 됐다.
Fourteen years have passed since I left home. I am still thirteen hours apart. I walk every night between 7 and 9 PM as if it is possible to join people back home that way. I enter a meshed space where it is no longer the morning of the next day in Korea and still the night of the previous day in the United States. Everything exists in form of images. There, I experience the disillusioning oscillation between the two daytimes and night times. Time zones blur. The continuation of this experience vanishes all senses of permanent home. I am in both places while I belong nowhere. By my walking at night, we, meet in the past tense.