Wednesday Kim (b. 1985, South Korea) is an interdisciplinary artist based in California. Kim creates artwork based on past experiences, trauma and human psychology. Using performance, installation, digital media and animation, Kim invites us to engage with the hidden forces of the unconscious mind and its place in contemporary culture. Her work also encapsulates the realities of motherhood and pregnancy, expressing her creative ideas on this important life milestone through New Media art.

Kim studied Fine Arts at the School Of Visual Arts in NYC and is now based in California. Since 2015, she co-founded De:Formal Gallery, an artist-run online platform promoting critical conversations in contemporary art. Her commitment to creating an online space for New Media artists to use residencies as a promotional channel gives us an insight into Kim’s passion for providing a space to create free online.

Mothers in Digital Art – Wednesday Kim and Flavia Visconte

Beyond the romanticised idea of (m)otherhood, does this "condition" changed with the symbiosis of technology and the artist's life? [...]

2022-03-27T14:59:11+01:0019 July 2021|Digital Art, Interview, Metaverse, New Media Art, Podcast Interview|Comments Off on Mothers in Digital Art – Wednesday Kim and Flavia Visconte

Wednesday Kim

Wednesday Kim Through sharing her perception of trauma, human psychology and identity, Wednesday Kim creates [...]

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