Join us Thursday, Sept 26 at 6:30 PM for a panel discussion with Richard Vine (Managing Editor of Art in America), Carol Parkinson (Executive Director of Harvestworks), Daniel Pałkowski (composer and digital sound specialist) and Hahkyung Darline Kim (artist of MemoRandom Project), moderated by Raphaele Shirley (multimedia artist).
Within the context of the Korean Media Arts Festival exhibition Technoimagination: Memories in Time and Space, the panel will explore the relationship of time, space, memory and history and the ways in which artists use traditional and new media to re-evaluate our understanding of collective and individual memories.
Space is limited, rsvp required under the ticketing link.
Technoimagination, the theme of the Korean Media Arts Festival 2019, introduces to New York the unique situation and characteristics of media art in Korea, as a leader of IT, in a post-media or post-digital contemporary art era. Presented at The Sylvia Wald & Po Kim Gallery (SWPK) are the exhibition sub-themes Technoimagination: Memories in Time and Space and Technoimagination: Living Data, featuring works by Chan Sook Choi, Yoon Chung Han, Haru Ji & Graham Wakefield, Eunsu Kang & Collaborators, Hahkyung Darline Kim, Beikyoung Lee, and Cheol-Woong Sim.
The Korean Media Arts Festival 2019 is organized by the Donghwa Cultural Foundation, sponsored by the Korea Foundation, and presented in collaboration with SWPK and Harvestworks.