Heejin Kim is curator, director of Art Space Pool (2010-present) and former curator of Insa Art Space (2006-09) in Seoul. Kims curatorial interest is institutional critique from the perspective of cultural politics, artists practice-oriented knowledge production, articulation of local creative languages and performative education in curating. Kims projects take integrated forms of collective research lab, dialogical discursive workshop, presentation, production and publication. Some of the examples include Dongducheon: A Walk to Remember, A Walk to Envision (2007-08, New Museum, NY & IAS, Seoul), John Bock: 2 handbags in a pickle (2008, Arko Art Center & IAS, Seoul), Unconquered: Critical Visions from South Korea (2009, Museo Tamayo, Mexico City), Tongue, Liberated! (2008), Thought is made in the mouth (2007), Frame Builders: The Choice of Local Art Institution in the time of Institutional Critique (2006), and most recently, Day of Confidence (2010), the project in six parts at Pool. Pool/Kim is one of Museum as Hub, the partnership of five international art institutions for inter-regional curatorial collaborations.
Curatorial Intensive workshop. Mumbai, India. December 2010. This public symposium is a day-long conversation on contemporary curatorial practices in India and abroad, produced in cojunction with the Mumbai Curatorial Intensive, developed and implemented by ICI in collaboration with the Mohile Parikh Center (MPC), Mumbai. What are the emerging forms of curating? Is it focused on […]read more »