Artist Talk & Dinner: Nayoung Kim & Yesul Kim

BACK LANE WEST 9 Back Lane West, Redruth, TR15 2BT

Thursday 20 September 2018
17:30 - 20:30
Booking essential
Please book via the Eventbrite link

Join us to hear from Nayoung Kim & Yesul Kim, South Korean artists taking part in their second residency at Back Lane West. 

Nayoung Kim is a South Korean artist currently based in Seoul, having previously lived and worked for 12 years in Paris. She is fascinated raw material, by each individual's energy, and the elegance of chance. Her works are gentle, suspended, and refined moments; architectural pieces with subtle clues of human activities, direction and languages. 

Yesul Kim is also a Korean artist living and working in Seoul. She works both as an artist and a graphic designer, running the graphic design studio Platinum. In her art work Yesul is interested in examining the relationships between people, society and environment and exploring these relationships through audience participation. Recently she worked on the Artist Survival Project through which she questioned - with irony - how artists should position themselves in an art system and who are those best qualified to be an artist.

Arrive from 17.30 to see what the artists have been working on during their time in Cornwall. The talk will begin around 18.30. 

Food will be vegetarian - please email [email protected] with any other dietary requirments. 

This is a free event, however we would be very grateful for any donations on the night, which will help us to continue running events of this kind. Please book your space via Eventbrite so that we can provide enough food for everyone. 


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