WonJu Kim – Healing the Process
In Healing the Process, a solo exhibition by WonJu Kim, the Korean soft sculpture/fiber artist illuminates the journey of her recuperation from injuries and its impact on her creative practice, embedding it in a broader discourse on artistic production, domesticity, disability, loss and recovery.
Opening Reception: Tuesday, November 21 2017, 6-9pm
Open November 22-26 2017, 2-7pm and by appointment
exploring the shifting political, cultural, emotional and digital self
SomoS is pleased to present a multimedia group exhibition by SomoS’ current residents Jazmine Yerbury (CAN), Chueh Chiao Han (TWN), and Syed Shoaib Mahmood (IND) and former resident artist Diego Miguel (BRA) exploring the malleability of selfhood in the context of an increasingly technologically regulated world.
Opening reception: November 28, 6-9pm
Open November 29 – December 2 2017, 2-7pm and by appointment
Listen to an audio/text excerpt of Artist-in-Residence writer/educator Angela Flury‘s novel-in-progress Berlin Cards & Crimes. Her text takes up themes such as translation, our multilingual world, psycho-geography and the genre of the Berlin novel.
Announcing the Winner of the Young Painter Prize 2017 – Alexei Gordin
Estonian visual artist Alexei Gordin is the winner of the 2017 Young Painter Prize, uniting Lithuanian, Latvian and Estonian young artists under 30. As part of the generous prize package supporting the development of young Baltic artists’ careers, Gordin will also receive a residency in one of SomoS live/work studios in August and September of 2018. SomoS congratulates Alexei Gordin and all of the other finalists and is looking forward to getting to know Alexei when he arrives at SomoS later next year.
Syed Shoaib Mahmood
Aske A. Hvidtfeldt
Chueh Chiao Han
Todd Reece Johnson
NEW RESIDENT ARTISTS
Jazmine Yerbury is a Canadian artist who has made a transition from traditional to New Media; she is interested in participatory interactions, robotics, and the philosophical and psychological dimensions of our sense of self.
Taiwanese painter Chueh Chiao Han works primarily in painting, as well as installation, photography and social art. Her paintings aim to portray the complexity of human relationships.
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