Choi Yun’s art is mainly about the reality of South Korea and the properties that form the society. It is about something that is accustomed to all in society, yet very bizarre in nature, like different conventions in the form of pop music, public craft, beautification of environment, amateur photography, traditional cultural practices, the Korean wave and high-speed internet network. They all have relevance to Korea’s historical position, which is linked to colonization, division and modernization that happened within a compressed temporality. It is made from the twisted and tangled time of the contemporary, modern, and pre-modern periods. Choi usually expresses her voice with cliché images with distorted speed. She captures and makes her own screen and jumps into it with ordinary tools and objects as a mediator. She recently participated in group exhibitions: <2016 Seoul Focus: No Longer Object>(SeMA, Buk-Seoul Museum of Art, 2017), <Shame on You>(Doosan Gallery New York, 2017), <A Snowflake>(Kukje Gallery, 2017).