Ju Dong YOON’s artwork is focussed on porcelain; the object is manifested in his artwork through various visual forms. In particular, Yoon draws inspiration from the white porcelain of Korea’s Joseon dynasty, such as ancestral offering trays and the Moon Jar. His work is, however, different from ordinary wares. Many of the pieces are off-center, crooked or unusable; the holes are shaped too strangely, the material is made from something other than porcelain. However, as he compliments the commonly seen wares with his uniquely shaped ones, they both offer us similar feelings of serenity, peace and calmness.
Ju Dong Yoon’s works have been featured in many solo exhibitions in galleries such as Grimson Gallery (Seoul), Gong Art Space (Seoul), Yoo Art Space (Seoul), Joachim Gallery (Germany), and Etienne de Causans (Paris, France). His works have been featured in numerous group shows such as G-Seoul 2015 and within the National Folk Museum of Korea, to name a few. He was also recognized at the World Ceramic Exposition 2001 in Korea.