Hangjun Lee (b.1977) is a Korean filmmaker and independent curator based in Seoul, South Korea. He has recently featured at major film screenings and performances in Asia and Europe, including Seoul Museum of Art (2014), Ilmin Museum of Art, Seoul (2014)), Korean Film Archive, Seoul (2014), BOZAR, Brussels (2014) and Musée des Beaux-Arts de Nantes (2014), Run Run Shaw Centre at Hong Kong City University, Hong Kong (2013), and Golden Eagle Art Space, Nangjing (2013) to name a few. He also curated screening & live media program such as Cinematic Divergence (2013) & Mujanhyang Festival (2014) for National Museum of Contemporary Arts (MMCA) in Seoul. His works are based on multi-projection and optical sound, often involving improvisations with a variety of artists. The majority of his film related works have been shown internationally at venues including, the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taichung (2011), 102, Grenoble (2012), Café OTO, London (2012), LUFF, Lausanne (2012), South Bank Centre, London (2011) and Netmage10, Bologna (2010). He has contributed to several contemporary arts magazines in China, Taiwan and South Korea, and has participated in artist residency programmes at LIFT (Toronto), No.w.here (London), MTK (Grenoble), and MIRE (Nantes). His work is included in numerous collections, such as Ilmin Museum of Art, Kyoto Seika University, Korean Film Archive and Arts Council Korea.