이 발표는 서울시립대학에서 진행한 우리가 세운 벽을 탈학습 워크숍의 첫날 공개 진행되었습니다. 발표 후 데프 미디어 단장이신 박재현 감독을 소개하고 패널을 진행했습니다. 행사 내용 1~3. 저는 1995년에 미국에 가서 공립 중-고등학교를 다녔습니다. 1996년 정도 Yearbook 앨범에 찍힌 제 모습입니다. 그 후에 미술 대학으로 진학했습니다. 얼마전에 광주 아시아문화전당에서 발표할 기회가 있었습니다. 아주 오랜만에 한국어로 발표를… Continue reading Unlearning Day- 1
워크숍: 우리가 세운 벽을 탈(脫)학습 하기 12.15~20, 2015 서울시 동대문구 전농2동 서울시립대학교 조형관 4층 소전시실 12.16 4~6pm 특강과 패널 (수화 통역) 공개 진행 발표: 최태윤 / 패널: 박재현 첫째 날: 교실-갈등의 장에서 학습하기 배움은 우리를 둘러싼 세계에 적극적으로 개입하는 행위입니다. 우리는 우리의 존재를 강화하기 위해 배웁니다. 이 발표에서는 2013년 뉴욕에서 공동 설립한 School for poetic… Continue reading Unlearning all the walls we’ve built- Day 1
Class website Photo album Class at SFPC, School for poetic computation, Fall 2015 This class based on Artist Tool Kit workshop I did in the SFPC summer session and also Allison Burtch’s Critical Theory of Technology class from Fall 2014. This class is focusing on the Theory, complementing other classes on Code and Hardware. The… Continue reading Concepts and Theory
워크숍: 우리가 세운 벽을 탈(脫)학습 하기 첫째 날: 교실-갈등의 장에서 학습하기 둘째 날: 변화가 동트는 곳에서 탈학습 하기 셋째 날: 차이와 불확실성을 적극 포용하기 넷째 날: 변화가 무르익은 곳에서 공동체 형성하기 다섯째 날: 공동체에서의 책임을 위해 협업하기 탈(脫)학습이란, 일반적인 학교에서 배우고 가르치는 방식으로부터 적극적으로 거리를 두는 행위이며 동시에, 특정한 지식이 생산되고 유통되고 학습되는 방식을 의식적으로… Continue reading Unlearning all the walls we’ve built workshop
Handmade Computer Workshop at The NEoN Digital Arts Festival in Dundee, Scotland. Learning to use the breadboard for the first time. Students helping each other. She made her first XOR logic from NAND! Breadboard full of jumper wires! and giant cake in the end! Special thanks to Donna Holford-Lovell, Sarah Cook and Creative Dundee friends!
My frequent collaborator Christine Sun Kim performs with various textual interfaces to create works about sound and deaf culture. In “a real line ran near an ear” where Christine lead a project by “a workshop to investigate the various states of breath, wind, sound, silence and communication as they exist and transform through physical interaction and… Continue reading Video Typer for CK
Original posting on SFPC blog, 7/2014 SFPC team* has been thinking about how to approach the concept of ‘assistive technology’ and ‘new audiences’ as research tracks for 2014/2015 session. The theme came out of our discussion about finding meaningful purpose for poetic computation beyond our own classroom and exhibitions. Few weeks ago, the co-founders met… Continue reading Thoughts on assistive technology
Anti-Manifesto is a book of my projects and collaborations between 2010~2012. It was designed by Hyo Kwon and published for Shanghai Biennale in 2012. This page is an evolving collection of projects related to theme of the book. Download full book > Designed by Hyo Kwon > Fair Exchange 2011 > My Friends, there is no friend… Continue reading Anti-Manifesto
Original article By Christine Sun Kim and Jayne Kim. “My family and I were cleaning out my grandparents’ house in California, when we came across old photos and notes that used to occupy a distinct life that is perhaps now forgotten. My sister, Jayne, was emptying our grandmother’s bedside cabinet and discovered an application form… Continue reading Reunification
Happening for SET. November 5. 7~8 pm. 2015. 533 W 25th Some time ago, my friend Na invited me to stage a performance in her exhibition SET. We’ve been talking about our work and the relationships that inspire the work. I met Na for the first time about ten years ago in South Korea, and since then we’ve… Continue reading Happening for SET
A collaboration by Taeyoon Choi and David Horvitz. Spam, rice, vegetable, envelopes, stamps. A brief history of Spam-mail project since 2013. Pictures from the Internet Yami-Ichi in New York City. Spam mail everywhere! Cost for Spam Mail postage $43.6 taxi to the venue $13. food $8.99 food 2 $8.66 spam $29.02 taxi from the subway… Continue reading Spam Mail
‘Errantic poetry’ is a growing collection of poems written and interpreted in English, Computer software and American Sign Language. The collection is a mix of original work by Taeyoon Choi and collaborators. The poems range from personal reflections to open ended prompts that invite others to complete it. The poems are translated, interpreted and creatively… Continue reading Errantic poetry
Hi! Lots of new workshops coming up! Oct 29 at Google Design Conference in NYC. and all the way in Scotland, as part of NEoN digital arts festival in November 11. and in Gwangju, South Korea at ACT Center on November 25.
Project website: In Search of Personalized Time Collaboration with E Roon Kang Commission: Art + Technology Project, Los Angeles County Museum of Art The contemporary world operates in terms of global synchronization. From global finance, to cloud-based data storage, to the many day-to-day functions of the smartphone, we live in an era where the semblance of simultaneity… Continue reading In search of personalized time
Session website Role: Session organizer & Teacher Poetic Computation is a practice and a community that sees the computer as a medium for artistic expression and critical thinking. It’s less impressed with the final result of the ‘thing’ and more supportive of the process, learnings and questions around creating the thing. Now that most… Continue reading Code poetry
Incomplete text, 2015. Metronomes, sensors, microcontrollers, selfie-sticks. A collaboration by Taeyoon Choi and Christine Sun Kim. Performance at The Whitney Museum of American Art, June 22, 2015. 99 Objects on Incomplete Text #6 “E” by Charles Gaines. Photo by Filip Wolak Technical details
Wall painting at LMCC Workspace Residency.
I wrote this letter for the Spring 2015 class of School for poetic computation, a small school for art and technology in New York City I co-founded and teach at. I read this today for fifteen or so students on the final day of the ten weeks program. The student body consist of artists,… Continue reading A letter to my students
Furniture for all occasions, 2015 Fabricated in collaboration with Ikkyun Shin Exhibited at Gallery Factory, Seoul, South Korea
1 Bit Computer, 2015. NAND Logic chips, Electronics, Wood. Series of Handmade Computer Technical information
Shift Register, 2015. D type flip-flop, chips, Electronics, Wood. Series of Handmade Computer Shift Register, 2015.
4 BIT FSM(Finite State Machine), 2015. Logic chips, Electronics, Wood. Series of Handmade Computer Technical information
September 21, 2014, in New York City. Photos by Dan Phiffer.
Class website This class is offered at NYU ITP on Fall of 2014. What happens in our brain when we remember and when we forget something? How is our sense of memory transforming living with computational technology in daily life? How do we rely on the mobile devices to assist our short term memory and… Continue reading To Remember and Forget: Memory and Machine
Real-Time Film Club is a casual, sporadically held series of meet-ups meant to generate in-depth discussions around I-S-O-P-T with likeminded artists, scientists, and thinkers. At Real-Time Film Club, a screening may or may not involve watching films that present themselves as “real-time” (think Run Lola Run), and it may or may not involve mechanisms for playing with… Continue reading Real-time film club