Hyunsoo Alice Kim is a multidisciplinary artist, researcher, and educator based in New York, and Seoul. Her art practices are rooted in three sectors: her personal experiences as a “modern nomad”, historical research on Korean Aesthetics, and her expertise in material development.
Her unique art and research works have been invited to numerous international exhibitions and conferences including the U.S., Japan, Korea, Hong Kong, Germany and France. She is also a two-times recipient of Myers Art Prize, HGA Research Scholarship, and Ministry of Education Research Grant (South Korea).
Kim holds a BFA in Textiles from Rhode Island School of Design and an MS in Textile Design from Philadelphia University. She also studied at Parsons School of Design (AAS Fashion Marketing) and Central Saint Martins (MA Textile Futures) in London, UK. She is currently an Ed.D. in College Teaching candidate and an adjunct at Teachers College, Columbia University. Before coming to Columbia University, she was an adjunct professor at Ewha Womans University and Seoul Women’s University.
TEXTILE | FASHION | CRAFT | ART | DESIGN | ENGINEERING | MARKETING
EDUCATION | RESEARCH | ARTIVISM | CRITIQUE | CURATORIAL PROJECTS
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