Katie Yook, Digital Curator
Katie Yook is a curator whose research centres around new media, diasporas and socially engaged practices.
She has held positions at Tate, Creative Time, Archaeology of the Final Decade, Art in General, Creative Time, Joshua Liner Gallery, Suzanne Randolph Fine Arts and Lisson Gallery.
She has recently curated exhibitions, performances, screenings and events at Cubitt Gallery, The Yard Theatre, Res., EnclaveLab, APT Gallery and Cody Dock and has contributed writing to ICA London, this is tomorrow, and the Goldsmiths MA Digital Culture Degree Show Catalogue.
Katie received a BA in Contemporary Art from New York University and MFA in Curating from Goldsmiths, University of London.
Katie Yook’ s Portfolio for Agora
Curating Speculative Futures – Alice Scope
While many art galleries remain closed, new digital forms of curation have gained traction. For our next Agora talk, with Alice Scope, you will discover how the curatorial platform Cultural Policy pushes boundaries through [...]
Lilia Ziamou Creates Fragmented Bodies by Scanning Bones
Would you dare to use human bones as the basis for your next artwork? That’s what Lilia Ziamou has done. Her digital scans of human bones give rise to eerie, bone-like sculptures that can [...]
Digital Art across Borders
With all of us staying at home more to limit the spread of Covid-19, many have settled into a new normal thanks to communications technologies allowing us to continue pursuing social activities. By now we’ve [...]
Can Digital Art Help You to Fall in Love?
Can Digital Art, and most specifically virtual reality, help us to understand each other? And, therefore help us to fall in love with the world around us? Katie Yook | Ed YoungMi Lamine [...]