Within and Between | Rosa Sungjoo Park

📷 Photos by Shuoyang Zheng

Within and Between is an interactive sound installation that explores the interconnectedness of humans and the environment. The audience is invited to intervene in their natural surroundings by interacting with the installation through their own playful gestures, experiencing how their intervention blends with or disrupts the soundscape of the forest.

Photo of Rosa Sungjoo Park

Rosa Sungjoo Park is a media artist and sound designer whose research interest is centered on the study of the physicality of sound, psychoacoustics, algorithmic composition, experimental film and sound, and expanded cinema. Park’s creative practice is deeply grounded in her cultural identity, memories, and religion. She has produced and presented a large number of works that deal with Korean traditional rituals, Korean shamanism, acoustic memories, and the nature of life and death. Park’s work has been exhibited and performed in galleries, theaters, and conferences in the United States, Canada, Austria, England, and South Korea. Park holds master’s degrees in Digital + Media (DM) from Rhode Island School of Design, Visual Arts from the University of British Columbia Okanagan, and Visual Communication Design from Seoul National University. She currently serves as an Assistant Professor in the School of Cinema at San Francisco State University, where she teaches courses in sound design and production, interactive cinema, and experimental filmmaking.