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Sewon Roy Kim is the director of Studio Serok and an Assistant Research Professor of Architecture at Ball State University. He holds a Master of Architecture from Yale University, where he received distinction as the H.I. Feldman Nominee and The 1984 Drawing Prize Recipient. Prior to his current position, he taught at the AA School of Architecture and practiced in XPIRAL, Ábalos + Sentkiewicz, and Magicarch Architecture.


His work is interdisciplinary, located at the intersection of art, architecture, and technology. His scholarly interests include the histories of image and representation, mediated subjectivity, and spatial hierarchies of observation and influence. Some of these themes are interwoven in his recent body of works titled MASK, which explores the instrumental production of spatial identity, as well as the formal and social virtuals evoked by masked connotations. His recent designs, video productions, paintings, and research were exhibited in prominent venues such as Guggenheim Bilbao, SAF, and Yale CCAM.

Sewon Roy Kim

Current Appointments



Studio Serok

Assistant Research Professor of Architecture

Design Innovation Fellow,

Ball State University

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Sewon's work was recently exhibited in Guggenheim Bilbao MOTION. AUTOS, ART, ARCHITECTURE

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