Hyo Myoung Kim
Since 2008
Works in London United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

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BIO
Others' works.
Juxtaposition.
Superimposition.

Working with screen image, print, video and text.

Lives and works in London, UK.

Selected Exhibitions
2010 MA/MFA Degree Show, Slade School of Fine Art 2010
2010 Lexicon, Camberwell Space, London
2009 Supervisions, Korean Cultural Centre UK, London
2009 Graduate Studies Interim Show, Slade Research Centre, London
2009 Work Song Works, Gallery Primo Alonso, London
2009 Sequel, Strang Print Room, London
2009 Voice and nothing more, Slade research Centre, London
2008 SIDESHOW, Gallery Primo Alonso, London
2007 Arts in Process, Trinity Buoy Wharf, London
2006 Cut & Paste, The Old Sweet Shop, London
2005 (Im)material Spaces, Blue Elephant Theatre, London
2004 Xhibit ’04, The Arts Gallery, London

Screening
2008 Future Film, Camden Arts Centre, London

Education
2010 MFA, Fine Art Media, Slade School of Fine Art
2006 BA, Hons Photography, Camberwell College of Arts, First Class
2002 BSc, Politics & Diplomacy, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies

Collection
University of the Arts London Collection
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EVENT

We will make artwork from your worksong!


Dates:
Sat Aug 01, 2009 00:00 - Sun Aug 09, 2009

We will make artwork from your work song!

Call for participants
'Work song' workshop @ Gallery Primo Alonso

What is work song for you?
Ancient people had created work songs to get them through labour which was often imposed. Nowadays work song could refer to the music one listens to while at work. Whatever your interpretation, we would like to hear it from you.

The artists in residency, Taryn Takahashi and Hyo Myoung Kim, at Gallery Primo Alonso are interested in the historically spontaneous emergence of work songs. Our project incorporates this nature of work song to create works based on your work song during the residency period in August 2009.

Let us know what your work is and what you sing (or perform in any other way: hum, whistle, tap, etc) or listen to while working, we will share the resulting works along with the information of the origin of the works in the commencing exhibition and the online space constructed for the project.

In August, you can visit us at Gallery Primo Alonso during the weekends from 12pm-5pm or weekdays by appointment. You can perform your interpretation of work song live, to be recorded if you wish. You can also send a recording via email or share the link where we can have access to it. We will receive input for the whole period of August.

Please send us the following information via email to be included in the project:

1. Name (real, pseudonym, or remain anonymous):

2. What is your work?

3. What song do you sing when you work or what song or music do you listen to when you work (referred to as "work song")?

4. How does your work song affect you and your work?

For more information and sending your entry please contact us at:
hyomyoung@worksongworkshop.com
or
taryn@worksongworkshop.com


EVENT

Work Song Workshop


Dates:
Sat Aug 01, 2009 00:00 - Sun Aug 09, 2009

We will make artwork from your work song!

Call for participants
'Work song' workshop @ Gallery Primo Alonso

What is work song for you?
Ancient people had created work songs to get them through labour which was often imposed. Nowadays work song could refer to the music one listens to while at work. Whatever your interpretation, we would like to hear it from you.

The artists in residency, Taryn Takahashi and Hyo Myoung Kim, at Gallery Primo Alonso are interested in the historically spontaneous emergence of work songs. Our project incorporates this nature of work song to create works based on your work song during the residency period in August 2009.

Let us know what your work is and what you sing (or perform in any other way: hum, whistle, tap, etc) or listen to while working, we will share the resulting works along with the information of the origin of the works in the commencing exhibition and the online space constructed for the project.

In August, you can visit us at Gallery Primo Alonso during the weekends from 12pm-5pm or weekdays by appointment. You can perform your interpretation of work song live, to be recorded if you wish. You can also send a recording via email or share the link where we can have access to it. We will receive input for the whole period of August.

Please send us the following information via email to be included in the project:

1. Name (real, pseudonym, or remain anonymous):

2. What is your work?

3. What song do you sing when you work or what song or music do you listen to when you work (referred to as "work song")?

4. How does your work song affect you and your work?

For more information and sending your entry please contact us at:
hyomyoung@worksongworkshop.com
or
taryn@worksongworkshop.com