South Korean, born 1986. Lives and works in Chicago and New York.
Chanhee Choi earned her BFA degree from Dongduk Women University in 2013 and is currently completing her MFA in Fiber and Material Studies at School of the Art Institute in Chicago. Her work has been shown at Chicago Expo, School of The Art Institute in Chicago and the Defibrillator Performance Art Gallery, as well as at venues in Germany, Korea, and cities throughout the United States. She has held residency at Auto Center Contemporary Art Space in Berlin. Choi meditates through repetitive and time-consuming processes such as ceramics and embroidery. As her obsessions surrounding the fantastical increased, she delved further into complex contemporary art mediums such as animation, game design, and neon sculptures.

Mandala Hole, 2015, Neon Sign
The Silent Explosion, 2015, Neon Hat
The Gut, 2014, Neon Sign
Mandala Cosmos, 2015
Mandala Armor for 8-BIT BEBOP PROJECT, 2015
8-BIT BEBOP Project, 2015, Video Game + Performance
Eating Myself, 2015
The Gut, 2014
Mandala hole, 2015
Ceramics Invasion, 2014