Haeju Kim

Kim is an independent curator working in Seoul who also writes and contemplates new projects focusing on the use of time, movement, the human body, memory and records in media such as visual art, theater and dance. As a researcher for the National Theater Company of Korea from 2011 to 2012, she helped plan educational and curatorial programs in addition to handling publications. In 2008, Kim led a performance program for the opening festival of Nam June Paik Art Center as an assistant curator, after having worked as a coordinator for the Anyang Public Art Project (2005) and Busan Biennale (2006). In 2007, she completed a curatorial training program called Ecole du MAGASIN in Grenoble, France, and co-edited and published Harald Szeemann: Individual Methodology (2007, JRP/Ringier) based on the research of curator Szeemann’s archive. Kim also designed exhibits and performance programs such as Lotus Land (2017, Asia Culture Center, Gwangju); Moving / Image (2016, Seoul Art Space Mullae, Seoul); Place and Footnote (2016, Seoul Art Space Geumcheon, Seoul); Society of Choreography (2015, Nam June Paik Art Center, Yongin); The Decisive Moments (2014, Korea National Contemporary Dance Company, Arko Arts Archive, Seoul); Once is Not Enough (2014, Audio Visual Pavilion, Seoul); Memorial Park (2013, Palais de Tokyo, Paris); Theater of Sand (2012, Korea Craft & Design Foundation); and The Whales: Time Diver (2011, National Theater Company, Seoul).

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