Binna Choi is a curator living and practicing in Eurasia; director at Casco Art Institute: Working for the Commons in Utrecht, the Netherlands which in 2018 she re-established it with the current name and modus operandi with the extended team after the ten year long commitment to the institution. There, she conceived the long-term, art driven trans-disciplinary project Grand Domestic Revolution (End 2009- Early 2013) and the artistic research program Composing the Commons (2013-2016), each of which involved a number of collaborations with artists, communities and organizations in neighborhoods and in the fields of art, social movement, and academia. During this period, she has been the faculty member of Dutch Art Institute and worked on/with Arts Collaboratory, a trans-local ecosystem of over 25 art organizations. In 2016, she served as the curator for the 11th Gwangju Biennale titled The Eighth Climate (What Does Art Do), which also led her to curate the exhibition on Gwangju May 18 Democratic Uprising at the Academy of the Arts of the World, Cologne in 2020.