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Byoungho Kim Biography

Byoungho Kim inserts circuitry into metallic sculptures, presenting unique oeuvre of sound sculptures that create electronic sound. His works are described by tubes that stretch out from a certain focal point, with a steady electronic sound. The forms in which long narrow tubes stretch out in one or in many directions from a bulky center point juxtaposes with the swift sense of movement and the metallic coldness of his works. The metallic works are processed precisely according to the regulations of the parts and blue print the artist has designed, following the production method of mass production system, and reflecting the social structure of conventions, customs and standards. Here, the artist inputs calm electronic sound, and the sound flows in a slow simple manner that doesn't interfere with the sculptural element of the work freely traverses between material and non-material, and visual and aural, allowing the viewer to experience a force that overpowers the space.

Current Exhibition | Shenzhen
17 October 2019–31 March 2020

Facula 光斑

Ember X Cai Yuxi, Spectrum / Pulse 光谱 · 脉冲 (2019). LED Tube, LED Spotlight, Mirror Surface Aluminum Composite Panel, Acrylic, Steel Pipe. Dimensions Variable. Courtesy OCT Contemporary Art Terminal, Shenzhen.

Byoungho Kim Featured Artworks

50 Pieces of Garden by Byoungho Kim contemporary artwork
Byoungho Kim50 Pieces of Garden, 2019Polyurethane Coatings, Galvanized Steel
600 x 360 x 990 cm
Not For Sale
OCT Contemporary Art Terminal
The Nineteen Gods by Byoungho Kim contemporary artwork
Byoungho KimThe Nineteen Gods, 2018Gold mirror stainless steel, urethane coating on stainless steel, water installation
Arario Gallery Enquire about this work
Horizontal Garden by Byoungho Kim contemporary artwork
Byoungho KimHorizontal Garden, 2018Brass
160 x 160 x 680 cm
Arario Gallery Enquire about this work
A Colloidal Body by Byoungho Kim contemporary artwork
Byoungho KimA Colloidal Body, 2010aluminum, piezo, arduino
277 x 277 x 90 cm
Arario Gallery Enquire about this work

Byoungho Kim Current & Recent Exhibitions

Contemporary art exhibition, Group Exhibition, Facula 光斑 at OCT Contemporary Art Terminal, Shenzhen
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17 October 2019–31 March 2020 Group Exhibition Facula 光斑 OCT O'park, Chengdu
Contemporary art exhibition, Byoungho Kim, Enchantment | 현혹 | 眩惑 at Arario Gallery, Shanghai
Closed
25 August–21 October 2018 Byoungho Kim Enchantment | 현혹 | 眩惑 Arario Gallery, Shanghai

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