All films © Markus Schroder
Soojin Kang (b. 1978, Seoul, Korea) lives and works in Germany. She graduated from Central St. Martins in 2009 and has exhibited at The Victoria & Albert Museum in London, UK, The Texture Museum in Kortrijk, Belgium and Movement Lab in Busan, Korea. Her work is included in the permanent collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum, London. In 2016, Kang was the winner of a Grant for Arts by Arts Council England.





Der Neue Wiesentbote: Kulmbach exhibition by Soojin Kang & Connie Morsch until October 4th, 2020 in the Turbinenhaus
25 September 2020
Frankenpost: Kulmbach: The new "temple of art" is awakening
14 September 2020
Viewpoint Magazine: The Shape of the Spirit
 1 May 2019
 ArtAsiaPacific Magazine: Soojin Kang: Growth
2 July 2017
Selvedge Magazine: Collect 17
4 February 2017
Ignant: Soojin Kang Explores The Tactility Of Seating
19 May 2016

Soojin KANG (b. 1978, South Korea) lives and works in Kulmbach, Germany

MA, Textiles, Central St Martins, 2009


Solo Exhibitions

2022     Jevouspropose (invited by Georgina Casparis), Zurich, Switzerland

2020     ABYSS, Ben Hunter, London ,UK

2020      New Sculptures, Ben Hunter, London, UK (online)

2019     Between the Lines, Movement Lab, Busan, South Korea

2018     New Work, Ben Hunter, London, UK

2017     Growth, Unit 9, London, UK


Selected Group Exhibitions

2021     Porosity, 021 Gallery, Daegu, Korea

2021     Frieze New York (Online), Ben Hunter, New York, USA

2020     Soojin Kang and Connie Morsch, Turbinenhaus, Old Spinning Mill, Kulmbach, Germany

2020     Weave, Spinalto, Mainleus, Germany

2019      Masterpiece Art Fair, Ben Hunter, London, UK

2019     CROP, Sarah Myerscough Gallery, London, UK

2019     Echoes of Quiller Orchardson, Ben Hunter, London, UK

2019     Nomad St. Moritz, Ben Hunter, St. Moritz, Switzerland

2019     Spinnerei Mainleus Festival, Kulmbach, Germany

2018     Masterpiece Art Fair, Ben Hunter, London, UK

2018     Rhapsodies, Ping Pong, Brussels, Belgium

2018     Palau de Casavells, Girona, Spain

2018     Adventitious Encounters, Openspace Contemporary at Whitelys, London, UK

2017     Becoming and Dissolving, Alice Black Gallery, London, UK

2017     Studio Toogood, London, UK

2016     Wild Things, Texture Museum, Kortrijk, Belgium

2015     GOODESIGN, The Natural Circle, Cascina Cuccagna, Milan, Italy

2015     Reclaim | Repurpose, International Contemporary Craft and Applied Art, Londonderry, Northern Ireland

2014     Tablestitch, Friday Late Korea, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK

2012     Threads That Bind Us, Plusdesign Gallery, Milan, Italy

2011     Chairs Flow, Cheongju International Craft Biennale, Cheongju, South Korea

2011     Talking Textiles, Curated by Lidewij Edelkoort, Spazio Gianfranco Ferre, Milan, Italy


Public Collections

Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK


Awards and Residencies

2019     Villa Lena Residency, Tuscany, Italy

2016     Arts Council England Grant

2016     Grant for International Residency Programme, Arts Council Korea

2016     Arquetopia Residency, Oaxaca, Mexico

2015     Arts Council England Grant

2015     International Residency Programme, Arts Council Korea

2015     Icelandic Textile Centre Residency, Blondous, Iceland

2015     Tasara Weaving Centre Residency, Kerala, India