Artist

Mo Kim

Mo Kim is interested in the creative process that involves audience participation. Serving the roles as a promoter, narrator, guide, performer and a spectator, he is always thinking about ways to create new relationships between artists and the audience. He uses instructions to bring the audience into his creative process to turn the passive role of the audience into an active one and to create new interactions between the artworks and the audience.

  • Education
    • 2016 Master of Fine Art, Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow, UK
      2013 MFA, Sculpture, Seoul National University, The College of Art, Seoul, Korea
      2009 BFA, Sculpture, Seoul National University, The College of Art, Seoul, Korea
  • Selected Solo Exhibitions
    • 2019 《The White Cube: Try your luck in Korean Art world》, Instant roof, Seoul, Korea
      2016 《Light Therapy Room》, The Reid Building, Glasgow, UK
      2013 《Good bye.》, CyArt Gallery, Seoul, Korea
      2012 《Let me in》, WooSuk Hall, Seoul, Korea
  • Selected Group Exhibitions
    • 2020 《Happiness Finds Me》, Sejong Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea
      2019 《Corners 1 : Responses, Correspondences》, Keep in Touch, Seoul, Korea
      2018 《Stop(_____)》, Nam June Paik Art Center, Yong In, Korea
      2018 《WORLD SCRIPT SYMPOSIA 2018: The Golden Chain》, Ogin-dong34-1, Seoul, Korea
      2018 《Instruction for Audience》, SeMA Bunker, Soeul, Korea
      2017 《Han River Exhibition_Blurring the Boundaries》, Oil Tank Culture Park, Seoul, Korea
      2017 《The Clock of Time Traveller》, Culture Station 284, Seoul, Korea
      2016 《A Camel is Not A Horse》, The Transmission Gallery, Glasgow, UK
      2016 《Aluminuminuminum》, The Project Space 2, Glasgow, UK
      2015 《The Waiting Room》, Agora Collective, Berlin, Germany
  • Residencies/Awards/
    Collections
    • Residencies
      2019 MMCA Residency, Goyang, Korea
      2018 Incheon Art Platform, Incheon, Korea
      2017 SeMA Nanji Residency, Seoul, Korea

  • Related Articles

〈Gaepo Complex1 Information Center〉, 2017, Mixed media, Dimensions variable. Image Courtesy of the Artist

〈Disaster-Art Project〉, 2017, The participants recruitment event for the project. Image Courtesy of the Artist

〈Squatting〉, 2018, Photo-documentation. Image Courtesy of the Artist

〈The White Cube〉, 2019, Wood, print on paper, ABS, 29x29x5cm. Image Courtesy of the Artist

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