Keumhwa Kim


Participating Projects   
︎ Seminar #1 <Getbol: From marginal space to gateway> ︎
︎ Seminar #2 <Tidalectic Landscape> ︎

Keumhwa Kim is an art historian and curator. Born in South Korea, she lives and works in Berlin. After studying art history (M.A.) and museology (diploma), she founded an office for curatorial strategies and artistic exchange in Berlin. Based on transcultural discourses, she brings together artists, curators and researchers, and presents transdisciplinary practices in the form of an exhibition, an intervention in public space, a publication or a workshop.

She is particularly interested in the conditions of a (post-)anthropocene world and the responsibilities of postcolonial awakening. She is currently researching artistic positions that deal with the phenomenon of the environment, the symbiotic relationship between humans and (non)humans and the possibilities of experiencing it through performative practices. Her focus is on artistic strategies based on (post)anthropocene, decolonial perspectives. She has curated numerous exhibitions and projects in collaboration with museums, cultural foundations and public spaces, including "Kimsooja - (Un)Folding Bottari" (2023), "Speaking to Ancestors (2022-2023)" "MOSS-이끼" (2022), "This Side of Eden" (2022), "Terrestrial Assemblage" (2021) and "The Third Land" (2019 - ongoing).

@keumhwa_kim @dasdritteland @speakingtoancestors