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Since 2003 Eunjin Choi has worked actively in various fields of performing arts as an actress and dancer. After graduating from a Master's program in choreography in 2012, she has been active as a choreographer and a performance artist. Her recent works focus on articulation of the body using movements, tasks, speech, and vocal sounds.

She is also a founding member and co-director of Monthly Performance group based in Seoul, South Korea.
Dance Lover, Actor, Performance Artist, Choreographer, Director
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Interview with Choreographer Bo Kyung Lee

Posted on November 9, 2018 at 9:33pm 0 Comments

Eunjin Choi: Congratulations! Please briefly introduce the festival to us.


Bokyung Lee: After moving to the United States in 2011, I have been working in New York, New Jersey, Washington, and Chicago. So I was able to experience American culture as well as Korean culture. And then I got also curious about other cultures as well so I’ve been thinking about presenting my work in other countries. While watching a website called "Dancing…


Performance as a Work-In-Progress, of Life

Posted on August 1, 2018 at 12:30am 0 Comments

The mutual transformation and influence between everyday life and practice of art is a common experience among many artists. The experience is intense for artists with an art practice that necessitates the recording of their process and art form into the cells of their bodies, particularly performance artists and performing artists who have to enact…


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