Lee is Senior Curator, International Art and the head of Hyundai Tate Research Centre: Transnational at Tate Modern. She curated numerous exhibitions at Tate, most recently Nam June Paik (2019-20)and A Year In Art: Australia 1992 (2021-23). Lee was also the Commissioner and Curator of the Korean Pavilion at the 2015 Venice Biennale.
Greenberg is a Co-Director of New Curators, a paid one-year curatorial training programme in London for individuals from lower socio-economic backgrounds. Previously she was Head of International Collection Exhibitions at Tate, where amongst other things she was responsible for founding Tate’s Africa Acquisitions Committee in 2011.
Leam is an independent curator and art historian based in Seoul, Korea. Recently a co-curator of MaytoDay, part of Gwangju Biennale Foundation’s May 18 special exhibition project, she was also assistant curator at Shanghai Project and curated exhibitions at such venues as ASEAN Culture House.
Choi is an independent curator and critic based in San Francisco, USA and Seoul, Korea. He held curatorial fellowships at the Museum of Modern Art, New York and Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago and writes regularly for such publications as Artforum and Texte zur Kunst.