Saturday, Mar 6, 2021 at 11:00am
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Join us for an artist talk with the California-born, Berlin-based artist Christine Sun Kim. Kim explores concepts of sound, its visual representations, and how it is valued by society, from her perspective as part of the Deaf community. She uses performance, video, drawing, writing, and sound installation to uncover the depth and complexity of communication, including the politics of voice, listening, and language. In her talk she will discuss her new site-specific mural in the Kemper Art Museum’s atrium, Stacking Traumas, and its relation to her work with American Sign Language, musical notation, televisual captioning, and other systems of visual communication to address the intricacies of social exchange and the power of representation. Stacking Traumas will be virtually accessible on the Museum’s website in early February.
The program will include ASL interpretation by Denise Kahler and live closed captions.
Free, but registration is required. Register here >>
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About the artist
Christine Sun Kim was born in 1980 in Orange County, California, and currently lives and works in Berlin. She earned an MFA in sound and music at Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York, in 2013. Kim has had numerous solo exhibitions, including Another Day Rising into Being, Deutsche Oper, Berlin (2020); Christine Sun Kim: Off the Charts, MIT List Visual Arts Center, Cambridge, Massachusetts (2020); Lautplan, Art Institute of Chicago (2018); Busy Days, De Appel Arts Centre, Amsterdam (2017); and Almost a Score and Sound as a Dollar, Arnolfini, Bristol, UK (2015). Her public art installation Too Much Future (2018) was commissioned by the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. Recent group exhibitions include Magical Soup, Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin (2020); We Fight to Build a Free World, Jewish Museum, New York (2020); Resonance: A Sound Art Marathon, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis (2019); the Whitney Biennial (2019); Soundtracks, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (2017); and Resonant Spaces, Hood Museum, Dartmouth College, New Hampshire (2017). She has received numerous grants and awards, including a Disability Future Fellowship through the Ford Foundation and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation (2020). Kim is represented by François Ghebaly Gallery, Los Angeles, and White Space Beijing.
Monday, Mar 8, 2021 at 10:30am Central Time
Virtual - Zoom link will be provided
Tuesday, Mar 9, 2021 at 1:30pm Eastern Time
Wednesday, Mar 10, 2021 at 10:00am Central Time
Zoom (Link will be provided)
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