Hwa Young Jung

Hwa Young Jung is a multidisciplinary artist working in the arts, culture and sciences, facilitating collaborative projects and workshops.

She works with people to co-create projects, often using games and play to explore social issues.

Based in the Northwest of England, she has been producing work internationally with a range of people including young people in libraries, care workers, freshwater biologists and criminologists for almost ten years.

She is ⅓ of Domestic Science, a collective of artists exploring narratives around science and data that surrounds us everyday. She is ¼ of Re-Dock, an artist collective working with people and technology based in Liverpool and Manchester.

She has worked with Universities (Lancaster, Liverpool John Moores University, Manchester Metropolitan University) and cultural institutions (FACT Liverpool, Metal Culture, International Slavery Museum, National Trust ) to create a mixing ground for diverse disciplines and divergent communities to come together and make something new.

She received her MA from Ravensbourne College in Interactive Digital Media in 2005, worked for design agency Amoeba in Seoul, Korea for three years before that, and got a BFA from Parsons School of Design, NY in Communication Design in 2000.

Hwa Young Jung is the lead artist on Wild Natures, a co-created initiative with artist Angela YT Chan, Abandon Normal Devices and young adults on probation.

Young people and artists will explore the intersection of criminal and environmental justice, through the co-creation of an interactive gaming artwork.

Wild Natures has been selected to be part of the inaugural WORLDING programme developed by Unity Technologies and the Co-Creation Studio at MIT Open Documentary Lab.