Jeongmoon Choi

TypeArtist
Female
Associated person(s)
URLsArtist's page
Documentation Monopol, English
Documentation Monopol, German


Exhibitions
Solo exhibition2018Double VisionHOCA, Contemporary Art FoundationHong Kong, China
Solo exhibition2018WELLEKaDeWeBerlin, Germany
Group exhibition2016The Thinking Machine - Ramon Llull and the Ars combinatoriaCCCB Centre de Cultura Contemporània de BarcelonaBarcelona, Germany
Solo exhibition2014IN.VISIBLEMaximiliansForumMunich, Germany
Group exhibition2011NACH STRICH UND FADENgalerie fruehsorge - contemporary drawingBerlin, Germany
Solo exhibition2010Light Drawing IIINuvole Arte ContemporaneaMontesarchio, Italy
Group exhibition2008ANONYMOUS DRAWINGS #9Kunstraum KreuzbergBerlin, Germany
Solo exhibition2007Raum-SkelettAusstellung zur documenta 12 im Stellwerk des KulturbahnhofsKassel, Germany
Group exhibition1992Seoul - SapporoA City Museum, Seoul City SupportSeoul, Korea
Group exhibition1988The 14th IndependentsNational Museum of Modern ArtKwachun, Korea


Publications
Monograph2011Kerber VerlagJeongmoon Choi: Drawing in SpaceUrsula Panhans-Bühler, Ludwig Seyfahrt978-3866785755Berlin, Germany Paris Galerie Laurent Mueller
Monograph2017unbekanntManifestaciones de la líneaJeongmooon Choi978-607-9355-12-8Monterrey, Mexico Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Monterrey


- 2001
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Education

Kassel, Germany
Diploma in Fine Arts at the Academy of Fine Arts Kassel

- 2001
- 1990
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Education

Seoul, South Korea
Master of Fine Arts from the University of Sungshin

- 1990
- 1988
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Education

Seoul, South Korea
Bachelor of Fine Arts from Sungshin University

- 1988
- 1966
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Born

Seoul, South Korea

- 1966

”The virtual space is not existing for me, my art is analog“ – this is a very clear statement for someone who’s art is always being referred to as a translation from virtual aesthetic to an analog space. But Jeongmoon Choi is fighting against that and emphasizing the core of her work: space.

Growing up in Seoul, Jeongmoon learned to deal with limited space in a playful way while thinking about its presentation as a way to define social relations. The dream of the South Korean artist back then, which was to wander around her drawings, has come true. Her installations made out of strings create another world that enables the spectator to have a whole new experience of space; almost like an invitation to meditate. What is really special about Jeongmoon’s work is the relation between material and effect, which is also proven in her current work “Drawing in Space“. Jeongmoon gets her inspiration from the constant transformation of her urban environment.

http://www.freundevonfreunden.com/workplaces/jeongmoon-choi/ (25.01.2019)

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Birdcage 2017 photo Birdcage 2017 2017 Jeongmoon Choi 
Double Vision photo Double Vision 2018 Jeongmoon Choi