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Kim Sooja

Conditions of Humanity

by Julian Zugazagoitia

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  • 35 Currently reading

Published by 5 Continents Editions .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Individual artists,
  • Collections, Catalogs, Exhibitions - General,
  • Exhibition Catalogs,
  • Textile Arts,
  • Art,
  • Art & Art Instruction,
  • Design - Textile & Costume,
  • Korea,
  • Individual Artist,
  • Art / General,
  • Art / Individual Artist

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsThierry Raspail (Preface)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages108
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9461670M
    ISBN 108874390599
    ISBN 109788874390595

    27 Sep - Contemporary Art. c. Korea. See more ideas about Contemporary art, Contemporary and Art pins. This text presents the work of Korean artist Kim Sooja. Her work is deeply rooted in her culture and epitomises the essence of Korean life.

    8 Sep - Explore platipus's board "Kimsooja", which is followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Yorkshire sculpture park, Korean artist and Artist pins. Kim Sooja: a needle woman. [Sooja Kim; Kunsthalle Bern.] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Sooja Kim; Soo-ja Kim: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Sooja Kim; Kunsthalle Bern. Find more information about: ISBN:

    Sook-ja "Sue" Kim (born c. ) is a Korean-born U.S. singer. She started singing with her sisters in a group called The Kim Sisters at the age of 10 and played 13 instruments. In , the Korean War broke out and Sue Kim's father, Kim Hae-song, who was a famous Korean symphony orchestra conductor, was captured by the North Korean army and later assassinated.   Kimsooja’s videos and installations blur the boundaries between aesthetics and transcendent experience through their use of repetitive actions, meditative practices, and serial many pieces, everyday actions—such as sewing or doing laundry—become two- and three-dimensional or performative activities. Central to her work is the “bottari,” a traditional Korean bed cover used to.


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Kim Sooja by Julian Zugazagoitia Download PDF EPUB FB2

KIMSOOJA: 's official website. international artist, Lives and works in New York City. Conditions of Humanity. A Needle Woman. P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center/ MOMA. Cities on the Move. Bottari. Sewing into Walking. Whitney Biennial.

Museum of Contemporary Art Lyon. Peter Blum Gallery. The Project Gallery. Sewing into Walking. A Laundry Woman. Kim, Sun Jung - "Kim Sooja’s Bottari and Kim Sooja book Journey" - Reinventing Textiles, Volume Two “Gender and Identity” Published in Winchester: Telos Art Publishing pp Herkenhoff, Paulo - "Interview with Kim Sooja, for ARS 01" - Unfolding Perspectives.

Kimsooja: Unfolding by Jacob, Mary Jane, Morgan, David () Hardcover on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Kim Sooja book.

Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The textile works of New York City-based artist Kim Sooja are collected in this. Kim Sooja: Conditions of Humanity Hardcover – April 1, by Julian Zugazagoitia (Author)Author: Julian Zugazagoitia, Nicolas Bourriaud, Thierry Raspail.

Kimsooja: A Modern Day Global Nomad Transcending Boundaries, re-constructing a global identity. Christina Arum Sok. The Persistence of the Void Robert C.

Morgan, ; Having followed the work of Kim SooJa for nearly a decade, I have become increasingly aware of her focus and commitment in developing a unique vision of the world through art. Her vision is, of course, a subjective one.

It is subjective in relation to the conjugation of mind and body. Kim Sooja designates the exuberantly bright and richly patterned cloth bundles she has been presenting in ever more varied contexts and constellations since as bottari, the Korean term for 'bundle'. Despite the recent upheavals and electrifying renewal in her South Korean homeland, tied bundles of cloth, as before, are used like ordinary.

Kimsooja (who merged her surname and given name in ), is known for installations of cloth bundles that she created from found objects and traditional Korean fabrics.

Born in in Taegu, South Korea, Kimsooja became attuned to issues of migration and displacement early in life. Her father served in the military, so the family moved. Kim Sooja: A needle woman Unknown Binding – January 1, by Sooja Kim (Author)Author: Sooja Kim.

Kimsooja’s work transforms simple, everyday actions into moments of meditation and transcendence. Archive of Mind is a participatory installation that, with visitor collaboration, builds over the course of the exhibition.

PEM presents the North American premiere of this work, where museum visitors are encouraged to sit at the large work surface, empty their minds of distraction, and sink. On the surface Kim Sooja’s art seems simple, but underneath it is an enigma of traditions that make a metaphoric identity statement; for example, her use of fabric as an art form evokes intimacy and honor of her culture and history.

Discuss and identify at-least two artists whose work makes a personal and historical statement. Kimsooja, To Breathe: Invisible Mirror / Invisible Needle, Theatre Chatelet, Commissioned by Nuit Blanche Paris, France, Kimsooja, A Wind Woman, The Project, New York, United States, Kimsooja, A Wind Woman, Peter Blum Gallery, Chelsea New York, Born: Gim Su-ja, (age 61–62), Daegu, South Korea.

Created in by multidisciplinary artist Kimsooja, To Breathe – A Mirror Woman was an elaborate installation at the Palacio de Cristal, Parque del Retiro, in Madrid.

Originally built in the late s to house a collection of flora and fauna from the Philippines, Kimsooja transformed the Palacio de Cristal into a multisensory sound and light experience.

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Kim Sooja: A Needle Woman Paperback – by Kim Sooja; Tae Hyunsun; Ra Hee Hong Lee (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback, "Please retry" Author: Kim Sooja; Tae Hyunsun; Ra Hee Hong Lee.

Born in in Daegu, South Korea, Kimsooja started attracting the attention of the international art community when she began constructing Korean bottaris in her art –. Kim Sooja: Conditions d'humanité [Faycal Zaouali] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Rare book. May 5, - Kimsooja is a South Korean, multi-disciplinary conceptual artist based in New York, Paris, and Seoul. See more ideas about Artist, Multi disciplinary and Korea pins.

ART What is your earliest memory of making something creative. KIMSOOJA: In Korea, we lived in a house with a straw roof and it was a really, really cold. Even though we had a stove in the room, when I woke up in the morning there was frost all over the walls. I. - Buy Kim Sooja: Conditions of Humanity book online at best prices in India on Read Kim Sooja: Conditions of Humanity book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified : Julian Zugazagoitia, Nicolas Bourriaud, Thierry Raspail.Kimsooja’s everlasting examination of the dualism of light and surface, sewing and weaving, wrapping and unwrapping; her transposition of the concept of point as the pin of a needle and that of line as a thread, and of plane as the reflecting surface of a mirror, questions the foundation of materiality as it pertains to migration and exile.Kimsooja, born Kim Soo-Ja, adopted her nom de plume in when she picked a domain name for her first website; she was struck by the conceptual implications of combining her family name and given name, and memorialized the act as a conceptual piece titled A One-Word Name Is An Anarchist’s Name ().

This musing on identity and its social implications is characteristic of Kimsooja’s Gender: Female.