Zoe Chun

Director, The Great Commission, Seoul

Zoe Chun is an independent curator and founder of The Great Commission, a contemporary art non-profit organization that produces exhibitions, performances, publications, films, and music to explore contemporary values in an experimental point of view. Through projects in local and international scales, they seek to open up the spontaneous capacity of contemporary art, to pursue structural changes and diversity of culture and arts specific to the genre and content, and ultimately to encourage a practical restoration in life. Previously she worked at Kukje Gallery as the director of communications between 2014 and 2017, and as assistant director of the exhibition department between 2011 and 2013. In 2010, she participated in the ex Dia Art Center's X Initiate Project's exhibition. In 2008, she worked with the late modern architect Jeong Ki Yong, on 'Round Table', a project at Insa Art Space. Zoe was also involved in curatorial support at 'MoMA PS1' for the retrospective exhibition of Kenneth Anger; MOS's Young Architects on-site exhibition; and Jonathan Horowitz's exhibition in 2009. In 2006, she worked on the ARCO Art Museum's architectural retrospective exhibition 'Space Project', where she organized contemporary dance, experimental plays, performances, and lectures.


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