Taeyoon Choi makes art with electronic circuits, drawing, storytelling and interventions in public space. Taeyoon often collaborates with other artists, engineers and activists to realize socially engaged projects and participatory experiences. He was an artist in residence at the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s Workspace, The Frank-Ratchye Studio for Creative Inquiry at Carnegie Mellon University, Eyebeam Art and Technology Center. His solo work and collaborations were presented at LACMA Art + Technology Lab, Shanghai Biennale and various independent venues. He self published Urban Programming 101: Stage directions, Anti-Manifesto and other zines. Taeyoon co-founded the School for Poetic Computation in 2013 where he continues to organize sessions and teach classes.