Artist

Sejin Kim

Sejin Kim is a video artist and filmmaker. She has working with a variety of media apparatuses, including documentary realism and cinematic language to explore various and perplexing relationships between individuals and contemporary systems. She holds an MFA in Fine Art in Slade school of fine art, UCL and MA in Fim & TV in Media Art, Sogang University. Her works have been exhibited at Songeun Art Space, National Museum of Contemporary and Modern Art in Seoul, MAXXI in Rome; Grunt Gallery in Vancouver; La Friche Belle de Mai in Marseille, France. She has had several residency programs, including Helsinki International Artist Programme (HIAP), International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP) and MMCA residency in Goyang. Also she won the prize of Songeun Art Award, 4th Daum Prize and Unesco Prize for the Promotion of the Arts.

  • Education
    • 2012 MFA in Fine Art Media, Slade School of Fine Art, University College of London, London, UK
      2005 MA in Film/TV, School of Media, Sogang University, Seoul, S.Korea
      1994 BFA in Oriental Painting, College of Fine Arts, Hoingik University, Seoul, S.Korea
  • Selected Solo Exhibitions
    • 2019 《Walk in the Sun》, Songeun Art Space, Seoul, S.Korea
      2015 《The Choronology of Chance》, Media Theater I-gong, Seoul, S.Korea
      2014 《Proximity of Longing》, Culture Station Seoul 284 RTO, Seoul, S.Korea
  • Selected Group Exhibitions
    • 2020 《The border between day and night》, Nam June Paik Art Center, Yongin, S.Korea
      2020 《Unflattening》, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul, S.Korea
      2020 《Axis of Horizon》, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul, S.Korea
      2019 《Korean Video Art from 1970s to 1990s: Time Image Apparatus》 National Museum Modern and Contemporary Art, Gwacheon, S.Korea
      2019 《dot. dot. dot》, Grunt Gallery, Vancouver, Canada
      2018 New Media Archive 《allegory, Things, Mnemonics》, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul, S.Korea (Curated by Seongryong Cho)
      2017 《Video Portrait》 Total Museum, Seoul, S.Korea (Co-curated by The Stream)
      2017 《Remembering or Floating》, Atelier Nord ANX Gallery, Oslo, Norway (Curated by Seihee Shon)
      2016 《Paranoid Zone》, National Museum of Contemporary Art, Seoul, S.Korea
      2015 《Galaxias Maculates》, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Valdivia, Valdivia, Chile
      2015 《Future is Now!》, La Friche Belle de Mai, Marseille, France
      2014 《Future is Now!》, MAXXI, Rome, Italy
  • Residencies/Awards/
    Collections
    • Residencies
      2020 Delfina Foundation Residency Program, London, UK
      2018 King Sejong Station Redidency Program, Antarctica (Commissioned by Korea Polar Research Institution of Marin Research Placement & Art Council Korea)
      2018 URRA-Tigre, Buenos Aires, Argentina (Sponsored by Argentine Ministry of Culture)
      2018 HIAP- Helsinki International Artist Program, Hesinki, Finland
      2015 ISCP;International Studio & Curatorial Program, New York, USA

      Awards
      2016 SongEun Art Award by SongEun Art Foundation
      2011 Bloomsberg New contemporaries 2011 by Bloomberg & Art Council England
      2005 4th Daum Prize Winner, by Park Geonhi Art Foundation
      2002 Unesco Prize for The Promotion of The Arts, by 4th Gwangju Biennale & Unesco Cutural Foundation

      Collections
      National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art
      MMCA Art Bank
      Seoul Museum of Art
      Gyeonggi Museum of Art
      Busan Museum of Art
      Daejeon Museum of Art
      Museum of Contemporary Art Busan
  • Related Articles
  • Link
      

〈Green Flash〉, 2020, Installation View at National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, 6 Channel HD Video, Stereo Sound, 6’ 30”. Image Courtesy of the Artist and MMCA

〈2048〉, 2019, Installation View at SongEun ArtSpace, 3 Channel HD Video, 10’ 25”. Image Courtesy of the Artist and SongEun ArtSpace

〈To the North for Nonexistence〉, 2019, Installation View at SongEun ArtSpace, Single Channel Video, Stereo Sound,16’ 53”. Image Courtesy of the Artist and SongEun ArtSpace

〈Mosaic Transition〉, 2019, Installation View at SongEun ArtSpace, 2 Channel HD Video, 4 Channel Sound, 5’ 34”. Image Courtesy of the Artist and SongEun ArtSpace

Recently Search Word