This research investigated how the individuation process proceeds focused on the works of contemporary artist, Kim Deulnai based on the theory of Karl Jung's psychology. Kim Deulnai expressed her own emotion and unconsciousness mainly using the shape of 'doll' that is her substitute. As time passes, the doll sits innocently or lies weeping or travels together with a bed. In the individuation process, people experience the procedure of taking the contents of repressed shadow to recognize the self. Kim Deulnai discloses this procedure through the symbol of doll and metaphorically expressed. These relax the shock caused by facing the contents of shadow and let her link to the world. Also the skill of wood print which Kim Deulnai mainly used until the middle period of her career was required to heal her own wound. It is understood that the skill was selected for the hard process of producing works that allow freedom from attachment. Accordingly, this research analyzes the process that Kim Deulnai dealt with the imagery appeared to her as a psychological fact and emotionally experienced the fact and made the unconscious conscious and then, connected the experience with other imagery. Based on this analysis, this research shows the process of seeking herself sublimating the repressed contents within her as artistic work. Also through this analysis, this research tried to investigate the role of the art education which makes shadow conscious, expresses emotion and gives insight, and investigate the healing through the art too.
Key Words : Individuation, to make the Unconscious Conscious, Shadow, Self