Taeyoon Choi is an artist based in New York and Seoul. His solo exhibitions have been presented at Art Space Hue, Seoul (2006) and is scheduled at Spanien19c, Aarhus, Denmark (2011). Recent group exhibitions include Zero One Biennial, San Jose (2006/2010), Centre des arts d’Enghien-les-Bains, France (2010), Nam June Park Arts Center, Korea (2010), Medialab Prado, Madrid (2009), AKBANK, Istanbul (2008). Choi was an artist in residence at Art Center Nabi, Seoul (2006), EYEBEAM, New York (2008). His writings appeared in Leonardo journal, Kontrol Magazine and his book ‘Urban Programming 101: Stage directions’ was published by Mediabus in 2010. He earned B.F.A at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and M.S at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology. Choi lectured at Parsons School of Design, Interactivos? and continues to facilitate platforms for learning as a committee member of the Public School New York and as an artistic director of Temporary Seoul residency for cultural producers.
In 2011 as a fellow at EYEBEAM, Taeyoon will continue artistic research on urban space, structural violence and collective behavior. He will create site specific intervention, new media performance and participatory experience in collaboration with community, art spaces and activist groups.