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Artist talk: Kimchi and Chips

We are pleased to welcome you to an artist talk by Kimchi and Chips!
Kimchi and Chips

We are pleased to welcome you to an artist talk by Kimchi and Chips, a Seoul based art studio founded in 2009 by Mimi Son (KR) and Elliot Woods (EN). Their practice begins at the recognition that the arts, sciences and philosophy are not distant disciplines which must be bridged, but act as alternative maps onto the same territory, and that employing these maps in tandem allows the territory to be navigated more readily.
 
Mimi Son and Elliot Woods introduce their research-based approach to creating artworks that often involve volumetric images in fog and 3D projection onto non-designed forms.

More information:
https://www.kimchiandchips.com

October 19, 2021
18:00-20:00

WHS Teatteri Union
Siltavuorenranta 18, Helsinki
https://teatteriunion.fi/

Free entry, pre-registration required. Register to the event by filling this form:
https://forms.gle/ZB7mtk1dfCw3YVR59

The event is organized by
Aalto Media Lab
WHS Teatteri Union
Object Festival

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