In Seoul Tomorrow includes:
1. an art exhibition with the participation of:
Alexandre Arrechea, Lee Bul, Young-Hae Chang Heavy Industries, Jeonghwa Choi, Jan Christensen, Democracia, Cao Fei, Liam Gillick, Jens Haaning, Pierre Huyghe, Long March, Sarah Morris, Antonio Muntadas, Inhwan Oh, Mai-Thu Perret, Sergio Prego, Navin Rawanchaikul, Tobias Rehberger, Martha Rosler, Allen Sekula, Tino Seghal, Bruno Serralongue, Shimabuku, Doho Suh, Tadasu Takamine, Rirkrit Tiravanija, Ozawa Tsuyoshi & Chen Shaoxiong & Gimhongsok, Lim Tzay Chuen, Haegue Yang, and Xu Zhen
2. an Artists Round Table on October 6th with the participation of:
Rirkrit Tiravanija, Shimabuku, Tadasu Takamine and Jans Christensen
3. a film programme to take place on each Saturday and Sunday of the month featuring the work of:
Cao Fei, Sarah Morris, Allen Sekula, Martha Rosler and a co-production by Liam Gillick, Douglas Gordon, Carsten Holler, Pierre Huyghe, Phillipe Parreno and Rirkrit Tiravanija.
4. a special presentation on the 13th and 14th of October of works from the Pompidou Centre’s New Media Collection featuring:
William Wegman, Rachel Reupke, Young-Hae Chang Heavy Industries, Maider Fortune, and Johan Grimonprez.
5. Art & Society a symposium hosted by the Korea National University of Art (October 5) with the participation of:
6. A month long programme of Artists’ Talks with talks by:
Cao Fei, Democracia, Xijing Men (Ozawa Tsuyoshi & Chen Shaoxiong & Gimhongsok), Jens Haaning, Mai-Thu Perret, Yang Haegue, Bruno Serralongue, Choi Jeong Hwa and Oh Inhwan
7. Cocktail Parties and More!
Tomorrow is a new cultural project Curated and Directed by Sunjung Kim; produced by SAMUSO: Space for Contemporary Art; Associate Curator David Ross with Dan Cameron as Advising Curator and Tyler Russell & Seungmin Yoo as Assistant Curators.