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Sojung Jun’s 2017 solo exhibition entitled Kiss me Quick showcased 3 new works that she has been developing over the past 2 years. By dealing with historical texts (including Denis Diderot’s book Letter on the Blind for the Edification of Seeing 1749) and personal interviews with many individuals (including 3 Korean adoptees Jun met during her residency in France), Jun formed humanistic narratives and turned them into sensual experiences through multi-media installations involving collaborative works with choreographers, scenographers, mathematicians, cooks and composers, among others. While disassembling her findings and reassembling them in new ways, Jun extracts new meanings that have been hidden within stories and expresses in a way in which we can easily connect.