Eunha Chang

Based in Seoul and London

Eunha Chang recently graduated with distinction from an MA in Contemporary Art Theory at Goldsmiths, University of London.

She is a talented and energetic curator and researcher specialising in contemporary art and ecology. In 2019, she was selected as the most promising young Korean professional in visual culture by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, and the Korean Foundation for International Cultural Exchange. Chang has over four years of international art and professional experience with renowned art institutions such as the Istanbul Biennial, the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea, and the Gwangju Design Biennale.

Chang has been awarded multiple grants and nominations, reinforcing her status in the field. She is the recipient of the 2023 Grant for Young Artists from Arts Council Korea (ARKO) and was a 2022 participant in the Korean Art Workshop for Graduate Students/Junior-level Curators organized by Korea Foundation, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea, Dartmouth College, and Havard University.
As Curator for Autophagy: Eating in its Destructive and Creative Nature (2022-2023), a joint program between DutchCulture and Arts Council Korea (ARKO), Chang was responsible for the curation of web-based artworks and critical texts. She also presented talks as part of the screening program at de Appel Amsterdam.

In addition to these roles, Chang served as the director/curator of Korean-Turkish cultural exchange exhibition, Portals, Teleportation (2021). Also, she has been a researcher honorably selected by Asia Culture Center young artist residency. As a part of the residency, she participated in the exhibition, titled Migration to a New Earth Planet - 8 tactics to face the noisy summer (2021) as researcher and artist across fields in contemporary art, ecological thinking and biology.  
At the Seoul Museum of Art, Chang serves as a Coordinator in the Exhibition & Education Division, International Exchange Team. Her contributions include researching and proposing curatorial ideas and realizing projects with artists and institutions. Notable projects include Scoring the Words (2022) and The Part In The Story Where Our Accumulating Dust Becomes A Mountain (2023-2024).

Chang served as a curatorial assistant for the Asia Project, contributing to Looking for Another Family (2020), Catastrophe and Recovery (2021), and Nam June Paik Archive (working title) at the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art. She completed an internship in The Seventh Continent (2019) at the Istanbul Biennial fully funded by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism of the Republic of Korea. Chang was a programme coordinator for Design is Design is Not Design (2011), directed by Ai Weiwei and Seung, H-Sang at the On-office of the Gwangju Design Biennale.