Katya Kan 空间项目的圣诞前放映



Date(s) - 09/12/2018
10:00 am - 5:00 pm


Brunel Museum

Katya Kan 出生于哈萨克斯坦的阿拉木图,父亲是朝鲜人,母亲是俄罗斯人,是全球化的一个特例。在瞥见前苏联之后,她对政治和文化体系有一种怀旧、矛盾的看法:


从12月8日星期六下午12点到4点,将开始Katya Kan在Bermondsey空间项目的圣诞前放映(地址:183-185 Bermondsey St,伦敦SE1 3UW,英国)。


An idiosyncratic specimen of globalization, Kan was born in Almaty, Kazakhstan, to a North Korean father and a Russian mother. Having caught a glimpse of the ex-USSR, she has a nostalgic, conflicting perception of political and cultural systems:

“Unable to fully assimilate into any one culture, I find myself as an outsider with an eclectic artistic taste. Art represents the act of seeking, assembling and immortalizing beauty. Through my artistic practice, I recreate the state of inspiration and emancipation, experienced during my childhood. My works strive to capture the ephemeral impressions. The concepts, which I explore in my work, include the globalization, surveillance, nostalgia, utopia and eroticism. Most recently, I was involved in exhibitions with the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA), the Muse at 269 in Portobello and Herrick Gallery in Mayfair, London as well as the NYC Untitled Space and the New York Art Expo in the US.”

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