Soojin Chang

Soojin Chang is a Korean non-binary performance artist, filmmaker, and researcher who lives in Glasgow and works internationally. Using their body as technology to transmute in/visibility, Chang’s practice reflects on colonial inheritance and trans-species reliances. Their ritual experiments investigate hybrid ontologies.

On Eigg, Soojin will focus on her sonic practice using recordings made with collaborator Sam Karugu, a noise musician from Nairobi who is a member of the industrial grindcore duo DUMA.











Image 1: Soojin Chang, Death Ritual, 2019. Sa Sa Art Project.
Image 2: Soojin Chang, Sacrifice to the Seaworm, 2022. In collaboration with Jade O’Belle and Tenzin Mingyur Paldron.
Image 3: Soojin Chang, BXBY, 2022. Commissioned for the Jerwood/FVU Awards 2022.
Image 4: Soojin Chang, BXBY, 2022. Commissioned for the Jerwood/FVU Awards 2022. Installation view at Jerwood Space. Photo: Anna Arca.
Image 5: Portrait of Soojin Chang. Image courtesy of the artist.