Date: September 14, 2010
Location: Greenwood Heights
Sky Kim offers her vaguely sensual, obsessively organic imagery on ten-foot-long paper rolls. Painting and drawing, she uses dense patterns as a tool to illustrate the life cycle and to capture the silence of a solid stone under a microscope. Symbolic circle images of blood and water drops are used as elements that recreate a womb environment, a mysterious universe. Sky Kim has shown her work in dozens of galleries in Korea and across the United States, including the Kawangju Biennale and MOCA DC.