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Art workshop at Botulfsplatsen: Drawing characters for computer games with Jeuno Kim

Jeuno Kim will show and teach part of his artistic process.

The art workshop series Human World Training Center arranged by Gallery Extra in association with Krognoshuset with project support from Lunds kommun. For more information about Krognoshuset's operations see: www.krognoshuset.se

About Jeuno Kim

With a background in theology, economics, music and radio, Jeuno JE Kim is a visual artist and writer who works with animation, sound, performance, video and text.

Since 2009, she has worked together with the Swedish artist Ewa Einhorn on topics related to the construction of the Nordic region, and more specifically the relationships between political rhetoric, assumptions about national territory and nations as brands.

Born in South Korea, Kim is based in Malmö, Sweden. She received her Bachelor of Arts from Oberlin College; completed his master's degree in theology from Harvard University; and Master of Fine Arts at the University of Illinois at Chicago. She is currently a professor of art and Funen Art Academy, Denmark.

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Art workshops at Botulfsplatsen with Human World Training Center
The events are suitable for both adults and children, people with great or little experience in creative processes.

The performance project Human World is an inverted zoo, that means it is a place where fictional animals are watched and fascinated by humans. The project has emerged from a need to be able to work with and present art and performance in environments and situations that are not constructed based on a gallery format. The project is based on showing the social and ongoing process of art. We want to create a playful, theatrical or festive atmosphere. The aim is to create a dynamic that opens up for the participants to feel creative, think and do things in new ways and together with people they have not met before.

Gallery Extra and Krognoshuset organize outdoor art workshops for all ages. By meeting in creative processes, we can be inspired by each other. The goal is for people who are new to each other to meet. The event is open to all, and we specifically invite interest groups looking for social activities. We envision it to be, for example, a long table with people who participate and create in clay together under the guidance of artists and hosts from Gallery Extra. We invite artists who will show or teach part of their process. The artists choose what and how they will arrange to activate the participants in some form of creation. The workshop is performed and presented in a theatrical travel agency-and-zoo format. The performance project Human World is an inverted zoo, that means it is a place where fictional animals are watched and fascinated by humans. The project has emerged from a need to be able to work with and present performance projects in environments and situations that are not constructed based on a gallery format. The project is based on showing the social and ongoing process of art. We want to create a playful, theatrical or festive atmosphere. The aim is to create a dynamic that opens up for the participants to feel creative, think and do things in new ways and together with people they have not met before. Human World becomes a kind of role-playing game that the audience participates in, where everyone pretends that we are attractions for the fictional animals in an inverted zoo. In order to increase the opportunities to develop, we try to make the arrangements inviting for both adults and children, people with great or little experience in creative processes.

Human World Training Center is arranged by Gallery Extra in collaboration with Krognoshuset with project support from Lund Municipality.

Dates, Times, Location

Saturday, June 1, 2024, at 13:00 p.m

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  • Botulfsplatsen
  • Krognoshuset and Galleryextra

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