The transcript: As we live our lives, there are times when we encounter moments when we only need a thumbnail. Like moments where you only need a preview. Because you can get whatever you want quickly and easily, without having to spend a lot of time and effort. Above all, it effectively replaces the original. (…) What we need to note here is that, there is “something” in the non-verbal communication that takes place there. Sally Somer; who is a dance historian and critic defined the “something” like this. ‘They thrill, laugh, cry, shout, sing, and dance together based on collective sensitivity and tactile relationships. They are liberated from fear and impulse. The sense of being individual no longer exists here.’ I don’t think of this as a simple metaphor.
Ga-in Kim(b.1993) works as a Seoul and London-based artist. She explores historically significant facts and issues of reality that mark the current epoch. She oeuvre incorporates multifarious mediums like installation, sound, video, and text using using machine learning, 3D composite etc. Her work has been shown internationally including at CICA Young Korean Artist (2020), Deptford X Festival in London (2019), etc.