Brad Hwang

Brad Hwang (US/KR) reconstructs cultural artefacts of a culture that never existed.

Brad Hwang

Brad Hwang; photo: Jan Sprij

Artist-sculptor Brad Hwang gives 'ordinary' objects a new life in his participatory, mechanical installations. Brad also performs, records, curates and makes stage designs. He founded disPLACE, an alternative space in Baltimore.

Born in Seoul, he studied art at the University of California under Charles Ray, Chris Burden, and Paul McCarthy; and sculpture in Baltimore under Sal Scarpitta. Since 1991, Brad is based in Berlin, where he lives on a house boat.

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