To walk through an exhibition by Korean artist Ayoung Kim is to take a voyage across dark and eerie waters, where real events rub shoulders with myth, memories are made mutable and what we think we know as fact becomes as solid as a shadow.
These enigmatic excursions into human and natural history see her gleefully bounding over the lines dividing scientist and shaman, philosopher and poet. Ayoung’s works draw on forms across the artistic spectrum—film, photography, dance, sound and installation—to explore the embedded relationships between apparently distant subjects. As Ayoung’s unfamiliar spaces are navigated, new and curious connections arise.
Read more about Ayoung Kim and the two exhibitions in the floor sheet →
Free Artist Talk
Royal Botanical Gardens, Mueller Hall Herbarium
Sat 07 October at 3PM
Free Public Lecture
MUMA Boiler Room Lecture, State Library of Victoria
Mon 09 October at 6PM
Melbourne Festival's free program proudly supported by
Please note this exhibition is closed at both venues on Monday 09 and 16 October. These hours differ to previous advertisement.