Su (Hyun) Kaiden Cho was born in Seoul, South Korea. Cho moved to Colorado when he was 9 years old and this is where he now lives and works. Cho’s work is a collision of sculpture, installation, performance, oil paint and fibers as fine arts reflecting his life experiences as naturalized South Korean-American. Cho’s work raises questions about common standpoints in how beauty is perceived that then ultimately results in internalized self-deprecation among minority races through visual duality, ambiguity, combining the association with the grotesque, the extreme and the fantastic.
Cho received a Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Arts Practices with emphasis of installation arts from University of Colorado, Colorado Springs in 2016. Cho has exhibited his work in numerous exhibitions including solo exhibitions and artist in residence, Recall, and shown as a featured artist at Gallery of Contemporary Arts, Colorado Springs, and an award winning designer in, Sashay, inspired by W.O.W. (World of WearableArts) at the Fine Arts Center at Colorado College.
Image courtesy of the artist.
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