Korean artist Kim Yeonjeong is selected as the resident artist for Iksan Creation Center (Korea) and BCS’s joint International Residency Exchange Program. During her time at BCS, KIM collaborated with Walking Grass Agriculture, an artist collective from Taiwan, and launched a project titled “555 for 5” at liáu liáu, an alternative space in Taipei. She continues her residency at Waley Art, Taipei after BCS, and has a solo show there titled “And Then There Were None.” KIM will perform at the “000-Lab/CAFé-PHILO” series at Treasure Hill, Taipei on 02. 26. 2017.
Yeonjeong Kim is interested in various types of human acts with environment, space, nature, and history, and then uses multi-media such as video, performance, installation, photography, sound and text to express the emotions or conflicts. Yeonjeong will stay at Bamboo Curtain Studio for three months since 8th of November, 2016.