Dr. Sunyoung Oh is an independent curator and researcher. She curates socially engaged art projects with transnational research collaborators from various fields at the intersection of art and ecology involving local communities and cultural institutions: She defines it as a term “socially collaborative art project.” She received her Ph.D. from the University of Westminster with her thesis, ‘Curating Arts on the Edge of an Unstable Society (2021).’ She is the founder and director of Project 7½. Since 2014, her curatorial practice has explored the role of creativity in expressing the identity of a culture and region with a focus on the “relationship” and “differences of perspective” that emerge in the process; past projects have involved regional communities in S. Korea and Indonesia, with historical context playing an essential role in determining the project’s location. As an extension of her past projects, she is curating a socially collaborative art project titled ‘Song of the Wind.’ (www.songofthewind.info)