Christine Sun Kim

Christine Sun Kim

Deaf from birth, Kim turned to using sound as a medium during an artist residency in Berlin in 2008, and has since developed a practice of lo-fi experimentation that aims to re-appropriate sound by translating it into movement and vision. “It’s a lot more interesting to explore a medium that I don’t have direct access to and yet has the most direct connection to society at large,”

What is a book?

What is a book?

Here is a link to the online archive of work related to the exhibition Odd Volumes at the Yale University…

For we, born with a full complement of senses, and correlating these, one with the other, create a sight world from the start, a world of visual objects and concepts and meanings. When we open our eyes each morning, it is upon a world we have spent a lifetime learning to see. We are not given the world: we make our world through incessant experience categorization, memory, reconnection.

Oliver Sacks
From “To See and Not See”

– Oliver Sacks – On Visual Perception

Stas Orlowski – Chimera

Charcoal, ink, xerox transfer, collage and projected animation on wall. Sound by Steve Roden. Post-Production Beau Leduc. “Stas Orlovski: Chimera”…
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