• Minor Adjustment Collective Artist

    Based in Itaewon, Korea, artist Son Hyemin graduated from Kyungwon University with a BFA in painting and from Goldsmiths, University of London, with an MFA in fine art. After earning her master’s degree, Son has been working as part of the artist collective Minor Adjustments since 2010 and she participated in a 2008 publication project initiated by John Reardon, who teaches MA courses in art and politics at Goldsmiths. Son has presented exhibitions that invite the audience to participate in the creation processes by combining performances and city tours, as well as presenting publications and working with artists from different cities across the world.

  • Massimiliano Gioni Curator

    Massimiliano Gioni studied Art History at the University of Bologna, Italy. From 2000-2002, he was the chief editor of the U.S. division of Flash Art International. Along with Maurizio Cattelan, he founded the Wrong Gallery in New York. He has been the Artistic Director of the Nicola Trussardi Foundation in Milan since 2003. Gioni worked as co-director of Manifesta in 2004, and of the Berlin Biennale in 2006. Later, he worked as the Special Project Director of New Museum in New York, where he is currently the Associate Director. Gioni curated the 2010 Gwangju Biennale, and he has now been appointed as the Director of 2013 Venice Biennale. 

  • Mioon Artist

    Mioon is made up of two artists, Kim Min-seon and Choi Mun-seon. They have held solo exhibitions at places such as Kunstmuseum Bonn (Germany, 2005), Milan Super Studio (2011), and participated in events including the Busan Biennale Sea Art Festival (2008) and the Seoul Media Biennale (2008). They have been part of artist-in-residence programs at Changdong Art Studio and Gyeonggi Creation Center Studio in Korea as well as overseas artist-in-residence programs such as ISCP, New York (2010), Art Omi Residency (2080), and Bag Factory Residency, South Africa (2010). 

  • Maria Lind Curator

    Artistic director of the 11th Gwangju Biennale, Maria Lind has been the director of Tensta konsthall in Stockholm since 2011. Prior to that, she was the director of the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, the director of Iaspis in Stockholm, the director of Kunstverein Munchen and was the co-curator of Manifesta 2 in 1998. 

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