Yerin Kim

Alone Together

2011, Gouache on paper, 12 x 19 in.

CareFull society


2020, Mixed media, 45 x 24 in. x 24 in.

People Scape


2017, Still from video, Dimensions variable

About the Artist

YeRin Kim is a Korean born currently working and living in Austin, Texas. YeRin's interdisciplinary work has been exhibited internationally through the United States, Germany, and Korea. YeRin has earned her BFA from Maryland Institute College of Arts and MFA from California College of Art. YeRin's work explores solitude, empathy, hierarchy, and interdependency through painting, sculpture, performance, video, and interactive installations. Deeply influenced by fields of contemporary anthropological art and social psychology, she uses various techniques and mediums to illustrate and investigate relationships between individuals and groups, and the society formed from these relationships. YeRin is a founding member of the CTRL+SHFT collective in Oakland California and recent resident artist at Museum of Contemporary Art Tucson in southern Arizona.

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