TenYearsAfter is an annual media art exhibition based in Korea, begun in 2003, organized by Kwang-yun Wohn and curator Mira Kim to facilitate collaboration among engineers, scientists, artists and designers. Unlike other major media-art exhibitions, TenYearsAfter has included artworks by mainstream media artists, independent experiments, and products and research results by artists and non-artists alike. The fourth exhibition in this series, TenYearsAfter_v4.0_OuterSpace, organized by the authors, was held in 2006. This article elaborates on the process of organizing this event and contemplates the implications of annual media art events in the Korean media art context.
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