During her solo exhibition Spiegel at SomoS, Korean visual artist and activist Black Jaguar discussed the themes behind her work. She talks about misogyny, patriarchy and female empowerment, what inspires her as an artist, and her time as Artist-in-Residence at SomoS in Berlin.
In her solo exhibition titled “Spiegel/반사!,” Korean visual artist Black Jaguar uses performance, fashion, video and drawing to deflect misogyny.
SomoS Artist-in-Residence October-December 2019 Black Jaguar is a South-Korean feminist activist and multidisciplinary artist, whose work is strongly rooted in the political aim of identifying and subverting patriarchy. Her art encompasses performance, photography, fashion and drawing, which she brings together with a bold, expressive and disruptive style.
Berlin-based Japanese multimedia artist Ink Agop‘s solo exhibition “Overlooking I” at SomoS Art House is founded on the performances she developed and recorded during her 2014-2015 ComPeung Artist-in-Residency at Chiang Mai, Thailand, on the theme of Shamanism. This project accumulates in the “Overlooking I” installation, consisting of video projection and kinetic sculptures made out of […]