Originally from London, Michal Klega is a Seoul-based artist with a practice drawing on the use of found objects. He employs whatever is at hand to discover its usages and functions in the contemporary visual culture, often with animations derived from manipulating objects. He has made installations using Korean display systems combining them with modernist references or simple everyday items like Korean chopsticks and a substantial part of his practice is executed as drawings and cartoons. Other recent topics of interest include landscape and nature, and the fundamental distinction between how these subjects are considered in Korea versus Europe.