A collage piece appears first to be a photograph of a houseplant sitting in a pot with a fabric backdrop, some of its leaves taped to that backdrop. Instead, some portions are replaced with drawings on portions of paper, painting, sketches, a work finished and unfinished.

Nature Inside

She uses whimsy and humor to reference loss, isolation, containment, and representation. 

A person paints the words "Have you had a burger?" on top of a large ad, which features a photo of a burger. The photo is black and white and seems to be at night.

Have You Had a Burger?

While creating pieces for this series, Hyun Jung reflected on the various mundane yet charged questions she has received throughout her years spent in the United States: Have you had a burger? Can you paint my nails? Can you help me with my math homework? Have you been to North Korea? Do you have an English name? 

a mixed media work, primarily using turf, first as a tri-panel backdrop for part of the piece, over which what seem to be shadows from tree branches are cast, and secondly as the shadow—in the form of a human's silhouette—of the central object, which seems to be a chair with very tall legs. Behind this, black and white geese walk in a line.

Sung Eun Park: Pleasant Exchanges

The COVID-19 pandemic has urged us to reflect on our mortality. The intensity of this inevitable shadow forces us to accept the prospect of death—an acceptance that impacts the way we lead our lives.