From the Gallery 44 website:
soJin Chun is a Toronto-based artist, educator, and arts administrator. While maintaining an active art practice in video and installation, she is the Head of Education and Community Outreach at Gallery 44 Centre for Contemporary Photography. Community-based pedagogy is an important part of her practice, as she programs and teaches educational workshops to youth and adults. Collaboration is the driving force behind Chun’s career in the arts. She has worked extensively with the Latino and Asian artistic communities in Toronto, prompted by her experience living in the Korean diaspora in Bolivia and Canada. Through artist residencies in Serbia, Bolivia, Brazil and Taiwan, Chun has developed a personal style of storytelling using humour to reveal complex social issues. soJin has participated in video screening and exhibitions in Bolivia, Brazil, France, Sweden, Germany, Sweden, Spain, South Africa, Taiwan and the U.S. Most recently, soJin exhibited at the Bienal de Artes Visuales de Santa Cruz (The Biennale of Visual Arts in Santa Cruz, Bolivia) at the Museo de Arte Contemporaneo (Museum of Contemporary Arts); she received one of the Top Ten awards for the best projects in the biennale. She is represented by GIV (Montreal), and V-Tape (Toronto). Chun’s installations are part of the Artist Pension Trust, one of the largest global collections of contemporary art. She has a B.A. in Applied Arts from Ryerson University and a Masters in Communications and Culture from Ryerson/York Universities.