Concentrations 58: Chosil Kil

February 20, 2015 to August 2, 2015 | Barrel Vault

In her first U.S. museum solo show, London-based artist Chosil Kil continues her exploration of the liminal space between interior and exterior; material and immaterial; object and performance. These binaries are considered through references to the artist’s own body, with works such as helium-filled balloons or canvases made of leather/lambskin purposefully hung at the artist’s height. These floating objects and wall works double as bodies in space that beckon to the viewer, insisting their presence be acknowledged. The artist is also keenly aware of how objects occupy and manipulate space and sound, playing with concepts of volume and resonance. 

For Concentrations 58: Chosil Kil, the artist will present a new site-specific installation in the DMA’s Stoffel Quadrant gallery including a group of new wall works. Off-site performances are planned and will be announced at a later date.  The DMA’s Concentrations series began in 1981 and presents project-based solo exhibitions by international emerging artists.

Admission is FREE


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