P2P Project Feedback Session

Hosted by Ivetta Sunyoung Kang

11.06.2019 7pm  - 9pm

June 11th 2019, 7pm, SomoS presented a new Peer to Peer Project Feedback Session, this time moderated by Artist-in-Residence multi-disciplinary artist Ivetta Sunyoung Kang (Canada).

Many thanks to the participating artists Corinna Berndt, Cynthia Arrieu-King Dongyan Chen, Marcia Vaitsman, Sophie Morrow, Oliver Dougherty and Ivetta Sunyoung Kang for an inspiring session!

About the P2P Sessions

The session is open to artists, curators, and creatives of any background who would like to receive feedback on their work.

At each session, artists and curators comment on each other’s work in an outspoken and constructive manner, with the presence of a moderator. The purpose of the session is to create a casual but focused atmosphere, in which creators get the opportunity to share their own work-in-progress and challenges, and at the same time to critique their peers.

The P2P Project Feedback Session is free of charge. Capacity is limited to 8-10 people per session so registration in advance is required.

In case you’re interested, please confirm your participation by emailing
. We will confirm your participation.

Participants are encouraged to bring documentation of their work in any shape or format. There will be a video projector available. Physical work is welcome as well.

About the Host Ivetta Sunyoung Kang

Female Korean artist talking about her art installation in a spacious gallery setting.
Ivetta Sunyoung Kang
Ivetta Sunyoung Kang is a Montreal-based South Korean multidisciplinary artist working across film, video, video installation, performance and expanded cinema. Interested in cinema as a durational art form, and specifically moments where the invisible transitions to the visible, Kang finds meaning in the imprinted ‘dead memories’ of found footage. She rejuvenates these cultural relics while subverting their initial commercial purpose and normative or ideological content.

Kang’s art project Whispering and Unfolding, developed during a SomoS Berlin Spring/Summer 2019 artist residency funded by the
Arts Council Korea, is presented in the Orpaned Memories group exhibition during the 48 Stunden Neukölln Festival. It uses 35mm motion picture film as sculptural material for an installation, in an attempt at artistic “resistance against the major cinema industry and the primary usage of movie footage,” developing an alternative, experimental and personal definition of cinema.
Read more about Ivetta Sunyoung Kang’s work ->

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