Graphic design in
contemporary Korea:
an oral history project
by Zara Arshad
An incomplete,

Image captions:
1. View of ‘The W Show’ (exhibition), co-curated by Choi Sulki with Na Kim and Chae Lee. Credit: Photo by Nathing Studio, courtesy of the Seoul Museum of Art.
2. Portrait of Sulki & Min. Credit: Kim Kyoungtae.
3. View of ‘Graphic Design, 2005–2015, Seoul’ (exhibition), co-curated by Choi Sung Min with Kim Hyungjin. Credit: Photo by Nathing Studio, courtesy of the Ilmin Museum of Art.

Interview details
Narrators: CHOI Sulki and CHOI Sung Min
Interviewer: Zara Arshad
Date: Monday 17 June 2019
Location: The designers’ studio in Suwon, South Korea
Length: approx. 1 hour, 17 minutes

A transcript of this interview has been deposited at the Archive and Research Institute of the Asia Culture Center in Gwangju, South Korea. Please contact the institution for access. This interview was conducted in English.

(b. 1977, Seoul) Choi Sulki and (b. 1971, Seoul) Choi Sung Min are graphic designers based between Seoul and Suwon in South Korea. They have been working together since they met at Yale University, New Haven in 2001. Sulki & Min established their Seoul studio in 2005 after working as researchers at the Jan van Eyck Academie in Maastricht, the Netherlands. Choi Sulki is currently an associate professor at Kaywon University of Art & Design, and Choi Sung Min is a professor at the University of Seoul. Both have been involved in numerous curating and publishing initiatives.

Sulki & Min
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