Jonathan Kim

Encounter

23 January > 23 February 2020
Opening night: Thursday 23 January 2020 at 6-8PM



IMAGE > Jonathan Kim, Concrete & Wood with Elastomeric I, 2018, elastomeric pipe insulation, found wooden block and found concrete, 43x45x44cm.⁠ Image courtesy of the artist. 

Be brave

Jonathan Kim’s practice places deep importance on the relationship between a medium and its environmental factors. The reconstructed structures made of found materials present various spatial concepts based on phenomenology. Kim's art is deeply inspired by Korean artist Lee Ufan’s theory of Man-Nam (Encounter).

This exhibition will feature works created during three residency programs; the Vacation Research program in University of South Australia; the British School at Rome Residency and the Sauerbier House Culture Exchange Artist in Residence program. These residencies were completed in 2019, after Kim won the Linden New Art Award at the Helpmann Academy graduate exhibition.



ABOUT THE ARTIST >
Jonathan Kim > WEBSITE

Please note > We apologise for any inconvenience, the Linden Projects Space is not wheelchair accessible.




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Bilingual Artist Talk in Korean > Jonathan Kim
Bilingual Artist Talk in Korean > Jonathan Kim

Sunday 23 February 2020, 1.30PM-2pm

Join artist Jonathan Kim for a special bilingual artist talk about his exhibition Encounter in Kim’s first language, Korean. Inspired by Korean artist Lee Ufan’s theory of Man-Nam (Encounter), Kim will discuss his exploration of the relationship between a medium and its environmental factors. Please note: an understanding of Korean is recommended.

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