Chan Sook Choi received her Diplom's degree in Visual Communications and Media Art as well as her master's degree at University der Künste in Berlin. Choi won the grand prize at the international media art competition hosted by Bibliart and Pergamon Museums in 2008 and was selected the Elsa Neumann scholarship, a young artist support program sponsored by the City of Berlin. 2017 She granted to Visual Artist from the Otto llse-Augustin Foundation at the City Museum in Berlin.

In Korea, Choi presents her work in Private Collection as a selected artist of the NArT, a young artist support program sponsored by the Seoul Foundation for Arts and Culture in 2010. Since then, Choi was also selected Tomorrow's Artist by Sungok Art Museum in 2012, the Young Artist Prize at Gallery Loop in 2015, and Young Artist Support Program at Seoul Museum of Art in 2017. Choi has also been conducting her narratology experimentations on psychological migration and the human memory as a medium through a multi and interdisciplinary methodological approach, in performances as the National Theater of Korea, Galaxy Museum of Contemporary Art Sacheon, REAL DMZ PROJECT Kunsthal Aarhus, Humbolt Forum Berlin, Grimmuseum Berlin, Art Sonjae Center Seoul and Gangwon international Biennale 2018, etc.

Since 2014 Represented by NONBerlin,Asia contemporary art platform in Berlin.

2020  “SUPERPOSITION qbit to adam” Digital Art Center, Teipei, Taiwan
2020  “It leaks, the light in their ground“ Seoul Media Canvas, Korea
2017   “Re-move” Art Sonjae Center, Seoul, Korea
2016   “Ground-Signal-Code-Notation” Humboltforum Berlin, Germany
2016   “Re move” Grimmmuseum, Berlin, Germany
2015   “WE remember ME”  Meinblau Projektraum Berlin, Germany
2015   “The Promised Land” Alternative Space Loop, Seoul, Korea
2013   “The nine billion names of God” Sungkok Museum, Seoul, Korea
2010   “Methamorphose” Gallery KunstDoc, Seoul, Korea

Prize & Fellowship

2020 “Goldrausch2020” postgraduate progreamme for women artist, Germany
2019 “the 3rd VH AWARD” by Hyundai Motors Group, Seoul, Korea
2018 “Grant for Internationexchange program” from Arts Council Korea, Seoul, Korea
2017 “Grant for Visual artist” from Ilse Augustin Foundation,Stadtmuseum, Germany
2017 “Grant for emerging artist” from Seoul Museum of Art, Korea
2015 “Grant for Internationexchange program” from Arts Council Korea
2015 “Grant for Multimedia projects” from Arts Council Korea, Seoul, Korea
2014 “New Rising Artist” selected by Gallery LOOP, Seoul, Korea
2013 “Grant for interdisciplinary projects” from Arts Council Korea, Seoul,Korea
2012 „Artist for Tomorrow“, Prize for Artist of the Year, Sungkok Art Museum, Korea
2011  „NArT“ Promotion for Young-talented-artists of Seoul Art Foundation
2011  „Studio14“, International Fellowship of Halle 14 e.V, Leipzig, Germany
2011   Elsae Neumann Scholarship, Landesgraduiertenförderung des Senats Berlin
2008  1st Prize "Beyond Babel" International Competition for New Media, Bibliartes

Residency & Workshop

“Artistic Research for women´s creator” workshop, Teipei Contemporary Art Center, Taiwam
“Artspace Geumchon“, Interntional Residency program, Seoul, Korea  

“Ars Electronica, Interntional Residency program, Linz, Austria
“H residency”, SACO 7 Contemporary festival, Chile

“ACT media festival“ 2016, Foru  Asia Culture Center, Gwangju, Korea
“Minbuk Village, Yangjiri “ Lecture, Seoul National University, Korea
“Real DMZ“ Yang ju ri Residency by Samuso, Seoul, Korea

2005- 2011  
“Overcoming the Territorial“ Artistic knowledge transfer 
performative lectures and speech acts , Arts Club Berlin
Culturia, International Artist in Residency, Berlin
“Rex Workshop“, International Artist-exchanging workshop,Leipzig/Frankfurt(supported by Allianz Culture Foundation)   
“Studio14“, International Residency Program of Halle 14 e.V, Leipzig, German
Mullae Artfabrik, residency program, Seoul Art Foundation, Seoul,Korea
2005 - 2007 Workshop with Brian Eno, Pipilotti Rist, Shirin Neshat at UdK

Groupshows (Selected)

“Sirene” Sirene – Goldrausch 2020, Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien
“20th Seoul International ALT Cinema & Media Festival”, Nemaf, Seoul, Korea
“Na HRANE / At the limit” Kunsthalle Bratislave, Slovakia

Time Reality: disconnection, trace, oblivion” Koreana Museum of Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea
“The Square, Art and Society in Korea”, Nationnal Museum of Contemporary and Modern Art, Geachon
Ars Electronica Festival 2019, Linz, Austria
KOREAN MEDIA ARTS FESTIVAL, Sylvia Wald & Po Kim Art Gallery, New York
“DMZ”, Culture Station Seoul 284,Seoul
Multi-Access 4913,2019 SeMA´s New Acqusitions, Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul
Records Memories, The Center of Seoul City Architecture, Seoul

Role-playing - Rewriting mythologies, 7th Daegue Photo Biennale, Daegue
Facing Northkorea, Meinblau Prokektraum, Berlin
SURVIVE, Hidden Dimension,Kunstpunkt Berlin Galerie für aktuelle Kunst, Berlin
Neue Heimat, Willem Twee, Den Bosch, Neetherland
The Dictionaly of Evil, Gangwon International Biennale, Korea

The self-Evolving City, UIA
Seoul World Architects Congress, SeMA, Seoul Museum of Art, Korea
“Real DMZ” Ahrus Edition,  Ahrus Kunsthalmuseum , Denemark
“Focus Female Korea, Never ending song” Meinblau Projektraum, Germany
“No Limite” , Museum of UFPA, Belem, Brazil  
“Dual-Use“, Transmediale Vorspiel, NONBerlin, Germnany

2008 - 2016  (selected)
“The Calms light from the east” Collaboration with Daegong Cheon´s solo exhibition,
  Hyundai Motors Studio, Seoul, Korea
“Links-Locality and Nomadism“, Galuxy Contemporary art museum, Chungqing China
“Dark Border“, Program by Kuture Projact Berlin, NON Berlin, Germany
“Suspension“, Berlin Art Week, Artistdock, Berlin, Germany
“Reality“, Gyungnam Art Museum, Chang Won, Korea
“Believe it or Not“, Gallery ACC in Weimar, Germany
“DysTorpia“, International Media Project, Local pro ject art space, New York
“Come tu mi vuoi“ Gallery AMY D, Milano
“NOT IN MY OUR BACKYARDS“, Schauwerk Leipzig & Akademie Schloss Solitude
“The life is somewhere“, Gallery im Körnerpark, Berlin
“What happened to God?“ Halle14, Spinnerei Leipzig
“la vie en général“, v-kunst, Galerie Greulich, Frankfurt
“Reflection in Process“, Museum Moran, Seoul
“Circulation“, Daegu Art Center, Daegue
Crossbreeds 09, Medienkunstfestival, Kunsthalle WUK, Wien
Asian Hot Shots Festival, Gallery jet, Berlin
“Beyond Babel", presentation at Pergamon Museum, Berlin

Intermediate Projects (Selected)


“Ying Yang Su Wha” Mediafassade Humbolt forum in Berlinerpalas, Berlin,Germany
“A matter of time B” The Haus der Deutschen Wirtschaft in Berlin

“The Calms light from the east” Collaboration with Daegong Cheon´s solo exhibition, Hyundai Motors Studio, Seoul, Korea

“LA DIVINA COMMEDIA” di dante alighire, video design, National Theatre of Korea

“Private Collection “, intermedia theatre, video projection and Director, Mullae Art Center in Seoul, Korea (supported by Seoul Culture Foundation)

“Blumenstaub” research project of Chan Sook Choi
(supported by Nachwuchsförderung des Landes Berlin (NaFöG) under the theme ”Women’s-Emigration” after the second World War between Korea and Japan. technical and scientific support  from Koreaverband e.V. and Daniela Schmidtke)

“Second Sleep” (03.12.2009) Radialsystem in Berlin, Interaction between Dance, Music and Video Projection

“Wonder Women Teaparty" in Dock11, Berlin (video installation with Yuko Kaseki and De-generation ensemble)

2019    National Museum of Art Seoul, Korea
2019    Museum of Contemporary art, Busan
2018    Seoul Museum of Art, Korea
2017    Geverment Art Bank by National Museum of Art Seoul, Korea
2013    Sungkok art museum. Seoul, Korea

2020    Black Air, Research Book, Published by Goldrauschkünstlerin Porject
2019    Re-move, Artbook, ISBN 979-11-88658-11-4
2016    I HAVE ,Artbook, ISBN 978-89-963389-8-7 93600
2016    FOR GOTT EN ISBN 978-89-963389-8-7 93600
2016    THE PROMISED LAND ISBN 978-89-963389-8-7 93600
2014    The Grammar of independent art scean Berlin/Seoul,
             ISBN 978-3-86387-535-0
2007    “Diplom Arbeit „ A Study on the Mediations of Platon`s Cave Theory and Theoretical                 Methodologists through Projection" 228813/B0863 University of arts Berlin