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2018 Group Exhibition, Angle of Reflection, Namsan Gallery, Seoul, Korea
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Today, what makes modern people so eager? Collage

Mia Kim

South Korea

Collage, Paper on Canvas

Size: 46 W x 35.8 H x 1.1 D in

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It is an homage to ‘Just what was it that made yesterday's homes so different, so appealing?’(1956), the work of Richard Hamilton, the progenitor of British pop art. People today are living in a hurry and living a hard life in affluent urban life. Behind the active and positive aspects of a modern, very sophisticated city life lies a very dark, destructive, lonely and gloomy aspect of life. Try to have more and more in a mass-consumption society and rise to a higher position. My desire as a writer has been toying with my work. Expressed in two-dimensional work through simple form, vivid colors, a broad outline and collage, etc., such everyday experience and the social scene viewed by the artist of the same age are stories of the artist herself and self-portraits of everyone of this age living in contemporary society changing quickly.

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Collage:Paper on Canvas

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Size:46 W x 35.8 H x 1.1 D in

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I was born April 21, 1972 in Seoul, Korea, and grew up in Seoul, Korea till I went to Japan after marrying. I graduated from Dept. of Horticulture, College of Natural Sciences, Seoul Women’s University, studied Visual Design at Seoul National University of Science and Technology and Japan, graduated from Dept. of Painting, Seoul Digital University (BFA), and graduated from Dept. of Painting, College of Fine Arts, Hongik University (MFA). I held 24 private exhibitions starting from 2010, participated in more than 230 special exhibitions and group exhibitions and had multiple awards. Currently, I am working actively as director at the Exhibition Planning and Policy Department, Korean Association of Art and member and full-time artist in Korean Association of Christian Artists, Seongnam Association of Art, Writers Association of Bundang, Asia Association of Artists, Art Metro, and Line&Color. My work aims an artist's own story which is quite personal and descriptive. Small but touching experience felt in everyday life through 「The work looking into myself」. Childhood memories and inner story. This is not just an artist's own story but a self-portrait of everyone living today which is rapidly changing. Recently through ‘Urban Landscape Project’, I am not just representing loneliness and mind of people today by a foliage plant’s indoor purification and primarily function to watch leaves in indoor space of the dreary city, but working on focusing on how the space changes when the plants are laid in indoor and outer space.

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