고성 Goseong Choi (b.1984, S.Korea) is a visual storyteller, seeking for the less-falseness of beings and chasing the ephemeral gestures of consciousness in woods. He examines his questions and confusions with photographic metaphor in order to embrace what could be misunderstood if it gets spoken and known.
Choi's work has been exhibited in museums, galleries and international festivals including, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Blue Sky Gallery, and Encuentros Abiertos-Festival dela Luz. Choi's work is held in collections at Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Philadelphia Museum of Art, New Mexico Museum of Art, Portland Art Museum, and Haggarty Museum of Art. Among others, his work has been published in, PDN, Der Greif Magazine, Photo Art, and Exposure. Online features include Lenscratch, New Direction at Detroit Center For Contemporary Photography, Conscientious, L'Oeil de la Photographie, Ain't Bad Magazine, Phases Magazine, Prism Photo Magazine and more. He holds a Master's degree in Fine Arts from Pratt Institute.