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Feedback: Nonstop (1 of 6)

Christine Sun Kim and Lukas Geronimas

A photo of Feedback
A photo of Feedback

Due to the process-based nature of the Session program, this project will undergo constant modifications; the features of this page provide accruing information on the project’s developments.

October 31–November 4, 2011

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On October 31st, Christine Sun Kim will begin work on the inaugural performance of her 6- event series as part of Session. Session invites artists to use its public space as studio, exhibition venue and grounds for experimentation. The artist, deaf since birth, will perform auditory investigations that initiate a slippage of audio into visual. Using non-vocal methods of dialogue to form collaborative vision with visitors to Recess and a cast of collaborators, the artist will create multiple aural perceptions through the use of bodies in motion, microphones, delay pedals, and more.

The first event in the Feedback series will take place October 31st through November 4th, with a culminating performance on November 4th as part of Performa. For this event, Kim will collaborate with Lukas Geronimas to improvise and exchange ideas in written forms including Gchat, pen and paper, and email. With attention to vibration and movement, Kim will translate this material, rendering the information visual. As a result, Kim will explore modes of collaborative communication and the implicit improvisation that occurs in that moment an idea is conceived.

There will be a total of six events in the Feedback series. Following the event in November, Kim will stage performances in January 2012, March 2012, and the final three event dates TBD. In each, Kim will expand communication to go beyond the vehicle of spoken language and capture pure sound without linguistic systems.

Session invites artists to use Recess’s public platform to combine productive studio space with dynamic exhibition opportunities. Sessions remain open to the public from the first day of the artist’s project through the last, encouraging sustained dialogue between artists and audiences. Due to the process-based nature of Session, projects undergo constant revision and the above proposal is subject to change.

About the artist

Christine Sun Kim

Christine Sun Kim hails from Orange County, California and is a recent graduate of Bard College with a MFA in Music/Sound. She currently lives and works in New York City. Her art pieces have been multi-categorized as drawings, performances, installations, workshops, and talks. Overall, she considers herself a composer and social practitioner. Her work has been featured in exhibitions/programs at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy; Recess Activities, New York; TCB Gallery, Melbourne; Art+Lounge Dibang, Seoul; and Kunstraum Kreuzberg, Berlin. In the past, Sun Kim was a recipient of Mellon Tri-College Creative Residency at Haverford College, Youth Insights Artist Residency at Whitney Museum, and Emergency Grant from Foundation for Contemporary Arts. She was recently selected as one of TED Fellows for this year. When not conducting social experiments, she replies to months old emails with guilt.

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Lukas Geronimas

Lukas Geronimas was born in Toronto, Ontario. He received a bachelor of commerce from the University of British Columbia, and an MFA from the Milton Avery School at Bard College. His art uses craft as a prop for sensory experience, and works to anticipate the contexts through which an artwork will live, and account for these contexts in the production of each artwork. Lukas currently lives and works in Brooklyn. His heritage is Lithuanian.

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