Sung Rok Choi (b. 1978, Korea; lives and works in Seoul) engages digital animation and video work to explore contemporary landscapes and narratives generated by technology. He is interested in understanding how relationships change in response to technological advancements. Choi has shown his work in Korea and abroad over the past ten years. He has a B.F.A. from Hong-Ik University, Seoul, Korea, and an M.F.A. from the School of Art, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh. Career highlights include his participation in “Project 2” in Busan Biennial in 2016, Ars Electronica Festival, Deep Space 8K, Linz, Austria, and Gwangju Media Art Festival, Korea in 2017.
Sung Rok Choi has been engaging digital animation and video work to explore contemporary landscape and narratives generated by technology. He is interested in understanding how relationship changes due to technological advancement, human experience, and new senses that expand as a result, and continues to explore how human beings are perceived in the context of existence in the digitized world.