Sung Hwan Kim & Christian Nyampeta
Sung Hwan Kim
Sung Hwan Kim (1975, South Korea) has most recently exhibited his work at daad galerie, Berlin (2018), the 57th Venice Biennale Arte (2017), National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Gwacheon, Korea (2017) and Berwick Film and Media Arts Festival, Berwick, UK (2017). With David Michael DiGregorio he inaugurated Asian Arts Theater, Gwangju, with the operatic theater piece, 피나는 노력으로 한 [A Woman Whose Head Came Out Before Her Name] (2015) and created two radio plays, commissioned by Bayerischer Rundfunk: one from in the room (2010, for which they won the Karl-Sczuka-Förderpreis), and Howl Bowel Owl (2013). Solo exhibitions include Sung Hwan Kim, CCA Kitakyushu (2016); Life of Always a Mirror, Artsonje Center, Seoul (2014); Sung Hwan Kim, The Tanks at Tate Modern, London (2012); Line Wall, Kunsthalle Basel (2011) and Sung Hwan Kim, From the Commanding Heights…, Queens Museum, New York (2011). His works were shown in international biennales and film festivals, such as the Gwangju Biennale, Performa, Manifesta, Berlin Biennale, Rotterdam International Film Festival, and Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin. He was a fellow at the Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten (2004/2005) and a recipient of Berliner Künstlerprogramm des DAAD (2015). His publications include Talk or Sing (distributed by Artsonje); Ki-da Rilke (distributed by Sternberg Press); and When things are done again (distributed by Tranzitdisplay)
Christian Nyampeta is a Rwandan-born, Dutch artist. His recent work includes the exhibition Words after the World (2017), Camden Arts Centre in London, a contribution to TOXIC ASSETS: Frontier Imaginaries Ed.No3 at e-flux and Columbia University in New York, and the exhibition and study programme Penser l’Afrique (2018) at Slought in Philadelphia. Forthcoming exhibitions include the Biennial of Contemporary African Art Dak’art (2018), Senegal. Nyampeta convenes the Nyanza Working Group of Another Roadmap School Africa Cluster. He also runs Radius, an online and occasionally inhabitable radio station. He is currently a PhD candidate at the Visual Cultures Department at Goldsmiths, University of London.