Junghyun Kim is a curator specialized in Korean contemporary art. She has interests in the relationship between the museum and the audience’s body. Through exhibitions, on/offline performances, community-engaged art and symposiums, Kim explores themes on ways to restore human senses in the digital environment.
Junghyun Kim has exhibited at Seoul Museum of Art, Buk-Seoul Museum of Art, and Songeun Art Cube, all South Korea, among others.
Residents from South Korea
Sarah Ortmeyer’s work draws from her keen interest in–and uncanny understanding of–cultural, human, and political interrelations, whether contemporary or historic, highbrow or lowbrow, and academic or punk. Her work is both intellectually challenging as well as visually stunning and refined in its execution yet emotionally completely raw.
Sarah Ortmeyer has exhibited at Belvedere Museum, Vienna; Monnai de Paris, Paris; and MoMA PS1, New York, among others.SARAHORTMEYER.COM
Residents from Germany
AnaMary Bilbao articulates documentation from photography, drawing, sound, and moving images. Through the combination of these elements and references, she seeks to start fictional narratives that put into question the idea of a single truth. As the artist states, “there is no truth beforehand, only connections, interruptions, and incompleteness – a piece can never end in itself.”
AnaMary Bilbao has exhibited at ARCOmadrid, Madrid; and Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology, and Leal Rios Foundation, both Lisbon, among others.anamarybilbao.com