My name is Grace Eunhae Cho and I am a visual artist and filmmaker.

I have been interested in the gaze as an apparatus of power and an objects as seen by the gaze since I studied documentary film in my undergraduate studies. Investigating a social, political, and cultural mechanism over visuality, I specifically have been explored themes like surveillance, objectification, and alienation. I work with various mediums such as installation, performance, moving image and sound, but regardless of a material all my works embrace an element of interaction in which leads to participation of spectators. 

My works have been exhibited by many galleries in the States and Korea such as Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum and Insa Art Space and screened by international film festivals including the Academy Awards. I hold a Bachelor of Arts in Film that I received at Korean National University of Arts in Korea. I graduated from Washington University in St. Louis, US and received my MFA in 2020. I am currently working in Seoul, Korea.