About the Artist

Yong Sun Gullach is a Korean-Danish artist and a civil rights activist with focus on the body of a transnational adoption in a colonial structure in the western part of the world. She is based in Copenhagen Denmark and operates at the boundaries of performance, video, poetry and installation art. Her de-colonial art practice investigate the Southeast and East Asian body in diaspora and desorientation as she unfolds expressions and narrations embedded in-between the body, audience and the unspoken words. Yong Sun Gullach is interested in age, gender, body extensions and body archive. Gullach’s performance-investigations adds a textuality of flesh and time to space and objects. Her works has been curated in Europe, Asia, South America and the US.

Where and what

Count your blessings

jan. 2, 2020 by

I am in a transision period in my art life – a bit overworked, busy making money to live and creating a new home. But midst in all chaos is beauty. Statens Kunstfond has for the first time ever given

Tak til Kunsthal Århus

nov. 12, 2019 by

Så blev en vaklende “Skabning” sendt afsted i Århus – tak til alle der kom, undskyld der var så kort tid, kunne du ikke nå det – kan du se Skabning i montren ved cafeen. Kunstnerne er Åse Eg Jørgensen,


nov. 12, 2019 by

December 4th at 7.30 pm I will be reading and moderating a debate (in Danish) at the literaturefestival (UN)TOLD PAGES called “Det tabte – et indre integrationsprojekt. Om sorg og alt det andet man ikke kan sætte ord på” .


okt. 23, 2019 by

På lørdag fremvises denne skrøbelige Skabning på Bladr i Griffenfeldsgade kl 17. Kom og hold en nyfødt i hånden og se den leve. De stolte forældre vil tale lidt om skabelsesprocessen. Bladrs pressemeddelelse: Fem kunstnere har under gruppealiasset Gotta Serve

Art of Now – Scandinavia

sep. 11, 2019 by

I have contributed to this podcast from BBC4. I hope you will all listen. I hope I have helped to nuance the interview and I adore all the point of views from the different artists.