Grace Euna Kim is an artist and researcher based in Berlin and New York. Her photobased works explore personal subversions of memory, space, and time. Her performances explore social subversions of embodied histories and imaginaries.

Currently, she deploys immersive performance research as a means to safely interrogate, decode, and reinvent the theatre of the audience themselves, and thereby work through deeply embedded sociopolitical issues. This calls into question the constructs of performativity of everyday life, the ideology of bodies in space, the economy of the gaze, and the processes by which social fictions become normality. Cameras are generally prohibited. The work is documented (when and however possible) mostly with hidden cameras and texts. For access to the private archives, please email the address below.

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