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Emerging artist, Krista Kim, has initiated the “Techism” art movement, which reconciles technological innovation with the creation of art. From April 8th to the 29th, at Guy Hepner gallery in New York, Kim will be showing her experimental collection which elevates the use of LED lights, digital habits and the quiet gradients of color that usually go unseen.  Although primarily digital, her work possess a meditative quality that reflects Krista’s practice of meditation.

Krista Kim has participated in both solo and group exhibitions since 2012, mainly in Shanghai and Singapore before she moved to North America. Kim’s work has exhibited at the Institute of Contemporary Art, the Worlds Apart Fair, she is a newly featured artist in, collaborated with Samsung electronics and she is regularly selected on the curator’s list.

“Techism is about making sense of the virtual world in our world,” Kim explains. “A digital paradigm that has altered our behavior and is integrating more and more into our physical reality.”

Using mediums such as advanced software and leading edge digital technology and media, “Techism” promotes a modernized understanding and a new, vibrant language.

Show details:
When: Ongoing through April 29
Where: Guy Hepner
568 Broadway
New York, NY 10012