SIM Eunlog MetaLab is a laboratory independent from CGAM. CGAM's profits sponsor some of Dr. SIM's metaverse-related research, and it provides a forum to present videos and papers on art history, aesthetics, and philosophy. To her, "Meta" represents aesthetics and can represent three different meanings through metaphysics, metaverse, and metalanguage. Through the lens of contemporary art, she is researching ecological, climate, and "future" art in the era of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
SIM Eunlog is currently based in France, but active across the East and the West. She obtained her Ph.D. Philosophy and Social Sciences at Paris' School for Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences with her thesis « Cinq sens et vérité utile » (EHESS, 2008.7.3), and she worked as a post-doctorate researcher at the French National Center for Scientific Research (Centre national de la recherche scientifique) as well as the French Center for Interdisciplinary Religious Studies (Centre d'études interdisciplinaires des faits religieux). She also served as an adjunct professor at Methodist Theologist University in Arts & Culture and at Dongguk University's graduate art program. SIM Eunlog's experience as an international exhibition planner includes the 8th Gwangju Biennale, the 18th FINA World Championships Gwangju (2019), the Pyeongchang Winter Paralympics (2018), UNESCO Paris (2015, 2018), the United Nations Office at Geneva (2017) and the Gwangju Biennale Special Exhibition (2016). She has published over 20 books with titles such as "미래아트와 트아링힐" (2021), "이성자의 미술, 음과 양이 흐르는 은하수" (2018), "예술아, 어디에 있니? Où se situe l’art ?" (Artist Daniel Buren, Writer SIM Eunlog, 2015), "양의의 예술, 이우환과의 대화 그리고 산책" (2014), "세상에서 가장 비싼 작가 10" (2013) and "나비왕자의 새벽작전Jean-Michel Othoniel" (2011).