Kang Dasom, born 1994 in South Korea, works in painting and sculpture. The fundamental theme of her work is the desire for the dignity of life. In her view, technocratic modern life, which places capital and productivity in the center of all values, has become universal and has resulted in the loss of humanity, and a trend that ignores and neglects the value of life. Among the frequent negative phenomena, Kang Dasom became especially interested in animal abuse as a theme for her work.
Kang was educated at Changwon National University (03.2012~02.2017) an will visit Changwon Graduate School from Spring 2017. She joins SomoS January 2018 as part of a new Korean residency exchange cooperation between Keum Art Projects (Berlin), the Changwon University in South Korea, and SomoS Art House, Berlin.