ISKAI Contemporary Art is creative agency, UK Limited company but works across Asia and Europe. We commission and produces unique public and commercial art projects by outstanding contemporary artists and designers. We serve as a ‘cultural accelerator’ by providing innovative outcomes which can contribute to culture, and are made up of experts from various culture and arts fields that strive for collaboration between corporate/government sectors. As a result, we have so far collaborated with more than 450 artists, many of them on multiple occassions proving the trust and friendship we have built over the years. From curating blockbuster exhibitions to making documentary films, from producing an ost album to planning strategy for the corporates’ new headquarters, we build content and create within physical spaces to create unique moments. For IP projects, ISKAI Contemporary Art operates Sleepers Summit.
Yeony Do is Centrepreneur.‘ C’entrpeneur is a phrase coined by Sleepers Summit & ISKAI Art to refer to her role as an active entrepreneur linking industry with sustainable culture.
Yeony combines Iskai Art’s cultural expertise with business knowledge to turn creative ideas into products and businesses. Yeony graduated from University with a bachelor’s degree in Economics and Management. Since then, she has gained experience creating cultural projects, events and e-commerce businesses including founding online brands and crowdfunding project for an independent film ‘Sleepers in Venice’. Through this, she is able to critically assess businesses and quickly gain an understanding of their needs including, planning, sales and marketing.
Yeony specialises in analysing art and cultural projects from cultural and economic perspectives. she went on to complete Master’s degree at Goldsmiths University London with a distinction. Her dissertation titled ‘Why cultural and art entrepreneurship is valuable for creative enterprise: A case study of the Sleepers in Venice project’ focused on the cultural and economic perspective of entrepreneurship and concluded that the success of the project was dependent on the creativity of the people involved.