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DooEun Choi is a curator and art consultant in New York and was formerly a visiting scholar at The School of Art, Media, and Technology at Parsons The New School. As a curator, Choi treats the space as a laboratory for experimenting with the types of experience and aesthetics that can emerge from combining and recombining scientific knowledge, artistic practices, and historical narratives.

“Through the reformulation of time and space as a responsive environment, the public space in cities becomes an interface to reassess the world we live in and foresee 'Future Worlds.' A diverse group of artists from various cultural backgrounds—ranging from the first generation of media artists to new practices within the millennial generation—will broaden our understanding of new values in this augmented future, blurring the boundaries between the real and virtual, material and immaterial, visible and invisible, and machine and human,” she says.

Choi recently worked as Art Director of Da Vinci Creative (2015–2017) and as Chief Curator at Art Center Nabi in Seoul. Her recent projects include #BODY#morph on the ARTJAWS (2018); Neotopia: Data and Humanity at Art Center Nabi in Seoul (2017–18); Han Youngsoo: Photographs of Seoul 1956–63 at ICP (International Center of Photography) at MANA (2017); Why Future Still Needs Us: AI and Humanity at Art Center Nabi in Seoul and QUT Art Museum in Brisbane (2016–17); BIAN, at Arsenal Montreal (2016); Choe U-ram: Anima, at Borusan Contemporary in Istanbul (2013); Mediacity Seoul 2012 Biennale, at the Seoul Museum of Art in Seoul; and ZERO1 Biennial 2012, at Zero1 Garage in San Jose, California.


AURORA 2018 | Section Artworks:

Melting Memories by Refik Anadol
Digital Icons by Miguel Chevalier 
Isotopp  by Herman Kolgen
Circulation by teamVOID & Youngkak Cho
Power of Will by Lu Yang