Seoungho Cho

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Artists' Video from EAI at the Sagamore Hotel in Miami
The Sagamore Hotel 1671 Collins Avenue
Miami, Florida

On view during Art Basel Miami Beach
December, 2015

The special selection of media artworks for the public spaces of the Sagamore Hotel was drawn from EAI's extensive archive. The media artworks on display in the hotel presented formal, conceptual, or perceptual transformations of natural landscapes and environments. In works that range from the playful to the socially resonant, the artists investigate diverse notions of landscape, from transmutations of nature, the body, and everyday objects to the "media landscape" of today's televisual and digital cultures. Moving between abstraction and representation, the organic and the electronic, these works—which span five decades—also explore the materiality and meanings of video and digital media.

Times Square Moment: A Digital Gallery
Times Square New York, NY

June 1 - 30, 2012
11:57 pm - Midnight, nightly

EAI returned to Times Square to present Buoy (2008), Seoungho Cho's luminous tribute to the California desert, as a massive multi-channel installation on a monumental scale: the piece was presented on fourteen of the Square's iconic outdoor video signs—more than 36 screens and 63,500 square feet of screen space between 42nd and 47 Streets—simultaneously. This presentation of Buoy was part of Times Square Moment: A Digital Gallery, the ongoing public video project organized and presented by the Times Square Advertising Coalition (TSAC) and Times Square Arts, the public art program of the Times Square Alliance. Screened every evening in June, just before midnight, Cho's visually stunning moving image work turned Times Square into an immersive virtual canyon, surrounding the viewer with a Western landscape captured in motion, light, and digital transformation.
Barroco: New Works from the EAI Collection
Liceu Barcelona La Rambla, 51-59, Barcelona, Spain

November 18 & 19, 2004, 5 pm

EAI participated in Off LOOP, the video art festival associated with LOOP '04 Barcelona. EAI screened screening a program of recent additions to the EAI collection that combined evocative, at times haunting, themes with a baroque style. Included in the program were works by Cheryl Donegan, Seoungho Cho, Peggy Ahwesh, Leslie Thornton, Phyllis Baldino, and Cecelia Condit.
EAI 535 W 22nd Street, New York City

Spring 2002

EAI presents ongoing programs that feature new and historical works from the EAI collection in Dia's rooftop Video Salon and Café. The Spring 2002 program included works by Seoungho Cho, Tony Cokes, Mary Lucier, and Leslie Thornton.