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  • Future in Seoul, South Korea

    Future The Common Center is a dynamic new art space located in Seoul. In a city with hundreds of art spaces and the most private art museums worldwide, this space seeks to operate with a new model, trying to effectively support new artists and break the collector-dealer-artist triangle. To some, Read more [...]

  • Gender equality in Seoul, South Korea

    Gender equality The students that produced and participated in this performance attend one of the best schools in South Korea. Many of the women find themselves in fields of study that are male-dominated, often facing harassment. Many of the men find themselves unable to pursue their studies of interest due Read more [...]

  • Rebels in Seoul, South Korea

    Rebels In this elite, female-only university the students are trained to become leaders. This creates many conflicts with the Confucian and patriarchal society in which they live in. They describe themselves as rebels who are set out to change things in order to create a more balanced society, using education Read more [...]

  • Wifi in Seoul, South Korea

    Wifi One of the most important things in the life of the modern student is keeping up with their friends, family as well as with the latest dramas and music videos. In order to not run out of data they are always in the search of wifi, with the passwords Read more [...]

  • Ambition in Seoul, South Korea

    Ambition At one of the most stringent universities in the country, classes are demanding and often overwhelming. For a student to finish the university with high grades they must have not only a high level of intellect but an abundance of ambition. Produced in partnership with Ewha Womans University, Seoul, Read more [...]

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