My interdisciplinary art practice is an attempt to console non-human entities by projecting human sadness onto them. My web-based multimedia artwork spans poetry, augmented reality, and other means of expression. The goal of this line of practice is to mediate the real and the virtual. I investigate existence, self, connected minds, capital, class, and their relationships to technology, posing questions about capitalism, human, and technology.
Dasul Kim is an artist based in Seoul and Los Angeles. Her works reflect her interest in the underlying ideologies that govern and shape human ecology. Her recent works are reactions to the consequences of our post-digital world. The potential of the ‘tangible virtual,’ the ‘closer virtual,’ and the ‘warm virtual’ reflect the human desire to make tangible our virtual world. This agenda opens up the potential of traditional media art into a new form of expanded sculpture.
Dasul Kim holds a BFA in Sculpture and Art History and an MFA in Sculpture from Ewha Womans University. She is also working towards her MFA in Design | Media Arts at UCLA.