Suhjung Hur is a curator at the Art Center Nabi, a non-profit media art center in Seoul, Suhjung Hur has been curating and organizing exhibitions, workshops and live events since 2002. Her curatorial projects include Liquid Space, Art & Science Station, Unzipping Codes and the forthcoming Urban Sensorium, which explores the multi-sensory experience in urban environment, enhanced and intervened via new media technologies. She is also organizing an experimental sound-visual performance series, 'alt sound' and a monthly gathering of media art practitioners, The Upgrade! Seoul. In 2005, she co-organized the international workshop 'Urban Play and Locative Media' and Unesco Digital Arts Award on the theme of 'City and Creative Media' held at Art Center Nabi. She was also a co-founder and editor for the short-lived art quarterly Stray Dog in Los Angeles, and has written for leading art and architecture magazines in Korea including Wolgan Misool, Art in Culture, Bob, Design Net, as well as for catalogue publications. Suhjung holds a Bachelors Degree in Communication/Journalism from Yonsei University and a Masters Degree in Art History from University of Southern California. Currently she is a doctoral candidate for Communication and Arts in Yonsei University.
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