Neo Christopher Chung is an interdisciplinary artist and scientist crafting with audio-visual media and site-specific installations. He has been developing two lines of inquiries. First, he works at the intersection between new media and computational science, producing installations and performances. Second, he creates short films and moving images that are introspective and intimate.

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Motivated by scientific developments, his site-specific works explore emergent aesthetics of data and systems. His current projects focused on ​how we responds to data economy, AI and tech, and globalization. In his moving images, he discusses self-identity and migrations/movements. His interdisciplinary approach encompasses data visualization, spatial practice, and audio-visual performance.

Framed Configuration at Entropia Gallery (Wroclaw, Poland) 2/2021
Residency at Art & Science Center at ITMO (St. Petersburg, Russia) 2020-2021

VirtualPolitik at Ars Electronica Festival (Linz, Austria & Virtual) 09/2020
Time Waves at Art Future / Future Signs, New Media Biennale (Riga, Lativa) 09-10/2019
datastasis at Survival Art Review + Wro Art Center (Wroclaw, Poland) 06-07/2019

Film/Video/Digital and Engineering at Duke University
Quantitative and Computational Biology at Princeton University
Media Art at Academy of Fine Arts in Wroclaw