Trained in photography and architectural history and theory, Esther Choi’s work adopts different formats: from photographs and videos to installations, sculptures, books and texts.

Bridging disciplines, her diverse practice has focused on the social architectures of everyday life, often examining the potential for ordinary spaces and rituals to act as tools for cultural analysis. Choi is the creator of Le Corbuffet (Prestel, 2019), an artist’s book that explores how the cultural canon is consumed and reproduced. She coedited Architecture at the Edge of Everything Else (MIT Press, 2010) and Architecture Is All Over (Columbia Books on Arch., 2017). Her essays have appeared in Artforum, Art Papers and PIN-UP. Her photographs have been published in T: The New York Times Style Magazine and Dazed and Confused. Forthcoming presentations include an installation at the Glass House and solo exhibit.