Visual Artist  


Kim’s work aims to draw attention to the illusion of digital media that frames our experiential perception of space. Her works are informed by integrated processes of sculptural installation, visualisation and materiality, that she considers as an immersive experience between people, objects and space.

The projects have focused on tactile and sensory experience, and her works has been showcased at the Science Museum, the V&A Digital Futures series, and various conferences. Other projects include an experiential installation created in collaboration with a Physics PhD student from Imperial College London, and a research-based design project with Sir John Soane’s Museum.