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Jiye Kim — London/Seoul

“Sequential art shows the power of visual language. The artist can communicate with an audience by visualising their story. Sometimes there are no words needed and it enables the artist to reach a wider audience. Our imagination can be freely expressed on paper and a whole new world can be created within sequential frames. We can experience different cultures by seeing various types of sequential art. Also, it conveys a message in dynamic way. Capturing movement of figures or depicting exaggerated situations all becomes part of the process of visualising a narrative.”

Kim explains: “As a visual communicator, I make my own voice by creating narratives that reflect my thoughts and vision. All the process of generating ideas and doing research is integral to my practice. I’m eager to celebrate any type of visual language, such as drawing, making or filming. I love to do something unexpected!”

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