KIM Woojin "Brave New Exercise: Memorized Movements"

OPEN SITE

KIM Woojin "Brave New Exercise: Memorized Movements"

OPEN SITE 2017-2018

Exhibition

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TitleKIM Woojin "Brave New Exercise: Memorized Movements"
OPEN SITE 2017-2018
Date2017.10.14(Sat) - 2017.11.26(Sun)
Time
11:00 - 19:00
Admission
Free
Organize
Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture, Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo, Arts Program and Residency Division
Subsidize
Koganecho Area Management Center Bamboo Curtain Studio
Cooperation
Mite-Ugro
Venue
Tokyo Arts and Space Hongo
Artist
 KIM Woojin

When looking at collective gymnastics in Asian countries, such as Korean National exercise and Japanese Radio exercise, their histories and the process of settlement into the societies are similar to that of Asian modernity in East and South Asia. Through the project, the artist tries to develop a platform to discuss the relationship between individuals and communities/societies with a critical point of view.


Memory of Brave New Exercise series, installation view, 2016

Memories of the 'Brave New Exercise': KOR2015, 2016

Profile

KIM Woojin

Born in Korea. Visual artist.
Being interested in social paralysis in certain societies, Kim tries to stay in certain communities, as an outsider as well as a part of the community, to find it and trace down its factor and how it is settled down with observer's point of view.






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Related Event

ARTIST TALK
Date2017/11/25 (Sat) 15:00-16:30
Venue
Tokyo Arts and Space Hongo Space A

Admission free / No reservation necessary / With Korean-Japanese interpreter

KIM Woojin talks about the methodology how she finds questions and recognizes social paralysis followed by discussion about Asian modernity. 

Participated Creator

Kim WOOJIN

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