Yool Kim: Hello! (online exclusive)Dec 15th – January 20th, 2022
Seoul-based artist Yool Kim navigates ideas of identity and subconscious mind through mixed media artwork. Her paintings focus on figures expressing a form of disorder. This is seen not through just facial expressions, but extends throughout the painting to express dissatisfaction and dizziness that come from the human experience. Kim’s work often highlights self expression that have not yet matured, an expression stunted in growth. Her desire is to organize these emotions through her artwork. Kim was born in 1982 and graduated from Hongik University Graduate School of Industry in 2015 with a degree in Color Studies.
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“I usually draw facial expressions in disorder. It's not just a facial expression. It's a facial expression that shows what we've experienced in our lives. I believes most people express dissatisfaction and dizziness that come from experience. My paintings show self-expressions that I haven't grown up yet, and my wishes are expressed through the emotions. There's so many subjects that have yet to be organized.”