Urban Programming is about the tensions between urban space, development and natural environment. The project is a collection of walks, workshop, performance that becomes publications and exhibitions.
Urban Programming 101: Stage Directions is a book about spatial production, protest, aesthetics of Seoul and other cities. Published by Mediabus and designed by Binna Choi.
The Urban Programming workshop is a partly educational, but it is intended to function mostly as a platform for local participants to create new work. The thematic emphasis is on implying philosophy of computing and practice of opensource software into the physical reality of public spaces.
This set of five pamphlets documents a seminar given recently by Alexander R. Galloway at the Public School New York, a self-organizing educational program where class ideas are generated by the public. French Theory Today explores a new generation of French voices—Catherine Malabou, Bernard Stiegler, Mehdi Belhaj Kacem, Quentin Meillassoux, and François Laruell. I helped organize the seminar and contributed in the pamphlets.
Roadshow: South Korea – 2013
For Roadshow: South Korea, I organized a trip to the four major rivers development project with a group of international artists and activists.
A manifesto for producing small, effective, meaningful public spaces.
Fountain Stall – 2006
Movable Types and Instant Spaces, a collaboration by Taeyoon Choi, Tellef Tellefson and Cheon pyo Lee. The project was installed in San Jose as part of the 01 Biennale
Bench House – 2006
Box City – 2006