...However, it is the errors in communication that I find particularly interesting, and exploring the gap between the physical and the literal is at the crux of my work. Some examples of such miscommunications are when a metaphor or figure of speech is interpreted physically, or when the photographic space of advertisements attempts to become concrete. Between that transitional gap lies the site of comedy and tragedy, function and dysfunction.
Lucy Kim was born in 1978 in Seoul, Korea and raised in Korea, Myanmar and the US. She received her MFA in Painting from Yale in 2007, and her BFA from RISD. She has been a fellow at the Yale Norfolk Summer Program, MacDowell Colony, and the Skowhegan Artist Residency.
Oscillate Wildly, Vaudeville Park (Brooklyn, NY)
The Highlights, Group Exhibition, CSV Cultural Center (New York, NY)
The Best Rapper Alive, Group Exhibition, Bushwick Starr (Brooklyn, NY)
Group exhibition, Cabernet Initiative (Brooklyn, NY)
Faculty Drawing Show, Group Exhibition, RISD-Memorial Hall Gallery (Providence, RI)
A Bell Is A Cup Until It Is Struck, RISD-Memorial Hall Gallery
MFA Thesis Exhibition, Yale School of Art Gallery (New Haven, CT)