Sejin Kim, 2048, 2019
Sejin Kim, 2048, 2019. 3 channel HD video, stereo sound, LED digital signage monitor, 10’25”.
Sejin Kim, Messenger(s), 2019 - 1
Sejin Kim, Messenger(s), 2019. 2 channel CGI video on OLED monitor and LED monitor, 52” and 1’52”, looped, stereo sound, LED light.
Sejin Kim, Messenger(s), 2019 - 2
Sejin Kim, Messenger(s), 2019. 2 channel CGI video on OLED monitor and LED monitor, 52” and 1’52”, looped, stereo sound, LED lights.
Sejin Kim, Mosaic Transition, 2019
Sejin Kim, Mosaic Transition, 2019. 2 channel HD video, 4 channel sound, 5’ 34”, looped.
Sejin Kim, To the North for the Nonexistence, 2019
Sejin Kim, To the North for the Nonexistence, 2019. Single channel HD video, stereo sound, 16’33”.
Sejin Kim (South Korea) is a video artist and filmmaker. She has worked with a variety of media apparatuses, including documentary realism and cinematic language to explore the various and perplexing relationships between individuals and contemporary systems.
While in residence at Delfina Foundation, Seijin will be developing a new project, using a narrative structure for a feature length script which explores the border between fiction and reality in daily life.
Sejin holds an MFA in Fine Art from Slade School of Fine Art, UCL and an MA in Film and TV in Media Art from Sogang University. Her works have been exhibited at SongEun ArtSpace; National Museum of Contemporary and Modern Art in Seoul; MAXXI in Rome; Grunt Gallery in Vancouver; and La Friche Belle de Mai in Marseille, France. She has participated in several residency programs, including Helsinki International Artist Programme (HIAP), International Studio and Curatorial Program (ISCP) and MMCA residency in Goyang. She has also won the SongEun Art Award, 4th Daum Prize and Unesco Prize for the Promotion of the Arts.
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