Laura Hyunjhee Kim
is a multimedia artist who renders familiar physical experiences into fabricated (non)existent spaces that reimagine digital culture and virtual living. She is the author the book Entering the Blobosphere: A Musing on Blobs (Civil Coping Mechanisms, 2019) and co-author, with TECHNE Lab director Mark Amerika, of Remixing Persona: An Imaginary Digital Media Object from the Onto-tales of the Digital Afterlife (Open Humanities Press, 2019). With Mark Amerika and Brad Gallagher, she co-authored a TECHNE Lab paper, FATAL Error: Artificial Creative Intelligence (ACI) that was accepted into CHI 2020, the premiere international conference on human-computer interaction. Kim has shown work in numerous on/offline exhibition spaces, screenings, and festivals around the world including the Internet Archive, Pioneer Works, Harvestworks and the Streaming Museum, Made In NY Media Center, Bienal Internacional de Curitiba, Supernova Digital Animation Festival, Centro Cultural São Paulo, San Jose ICA, California Academy of Sciences, Kadist Art Foundation, Southern Exposure, Portland State University, Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, Aurora Picture Show, Adirondacks Lake Center For The Arts, Bronx Art Space, Newark Museum, Spring / Break Art Show, New York Anthology Film Archives, Institute of Contemporary Arts - London, The Berlin International Directors Lounge, Mutuo - Centro de Arte, Magmart International Videoart Festival, São Paulo Museum of Image and Sound, Costa Rica Museum of Contemporary Art and Design, quARTel - Galeria Municipal de Arte, Museum of Contemporary Art of Caracas, Fei Contemporary Art Center-Shanghai, Asian Experimental Video Festival in Hong Kong and Super Art Modern Museum (SPAMM). She is currently a PhD student in CU-Boulder's Doctoral Program in Intermedia Art, Writing, and Performance.