Jin-Yo Mok + Gicheol Lee

August 2004

Jin-Yo Mok is a Korean multimedia artist who has lived and worked in New York since 2002. He received his BFA and MFA from Hong-Ik University in Seoul, Korea and continued his studies at New York University's Interactive Telecommunications Program. His net art work has been featured at the Korea web-art festival; Media City Seoul; Digitaliterature Festival; the Seoul Museum of Art Netart Gallery; American ElectroLiterature; in the Rhizome artbase and other venues. He began to create physical computing artwork in 2002 and since then, has focused on integrating physical installation with user interactions on the Internet.

Gicheol Lee is an interactive designer and programmer who is interested in applying art and science concepts to information and interface design through programming. He holds an MFA degree in Computer Art from the School of Visual Arts, NY and a BS degree in Mathematics from Sogang University in Korea. His experimental web site Typorganism.com received awards from the Communication Arts Interactive Annual and in the HOW Magazine's Interactive Design Competition. Gicheol currently works as a senior developer at Firstborn Multimedia in NYC, where he develops interactive contents for clients in various industries.

Enter projectView original Gate Page

The original Music Box is no longer online. What's available is reconstructed from the Internet Archive, but critical .swf files are missing.

Gate Pages

Every month from March 2001 to February 2006 an artist was invited to present their work in the form of a “Gate Page” on artport. Each of these pages functioned as a portal to the artist's own sites and projects.

Wherever necessary and possible, these works are made functional through emulation and reconstructions from the Internet Archive. Not all of them have been restored to their original state and their conservation is ongoing. You can also view the original Gate Pages archive to see how they were presented at the time of their creation.


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