Specific Element: Jane Jin Kaisen, Neighborhood of Parting
Ongoing through April 10 | Gatherings April 7-10
@ SNF Parkway
CRAAV welcomes Jane Jin Kaisen as artist-in-residence at the Center for Innovative Media Scientific studies (CAMS).
In collaboration with CAMS, CRAAV has arranged:
Unique Feature: Jane Jin Kaisen
Viewing of selected artworks like: Apertures/Specters/Rifts (2016), Weird Meetings (2017), and The Girl, The Orphan, and The Tiger (2010)
Jane Jin Kaisen (born 1980 in Jeju Island, lives in Copenhagen) is a visible artist, filmmaker, and Professor at the School of Media Arts, Royal Danish Academy of Fantastic Arts.
Spanning the mediums of online video set up, narrative experimental film, photographic installation, performance, and textual content, Kaisen’s creative observe is informed by in depth interdisciplinary exploration and engagement with varied communities.
She is recognised for her visually striking, multilayered, performative, poetic, and multi-voiced feminist works as a result of which earlier and existing are introduced into relation. Her performs negotiate and mediate the implies of representation, resistance, and reconciliation, therefore forming alternative genealogies and websites of collective emergence.
Partaking matters these as memory, migration, borders, and translation, she activates the subject where lived working experience and embodied information intersect with greater transnational political histories, amid some others the Korean War and division, the Jeju April Third Massacre, gender marginalization, and transnational adoption.
Kaisen has exhibited and screened her functions in a array of contexts internationally. She represented Korea at the 58th Venice Biennale with the movie set up Local community of Parting which traces a diverse technique to borders and aesthetic mediation as a result of the Korean shamanic fantasy of the Abandoned Princess Bari and has participated in the biennials of Liverpool, Gwangju, Anren, Jeju, among others. She was awarded “Exhibition of the Year 2020” by AICA – Intercontinental Affiliation of Artwork Critics, Denmark for the exhibition Local community of Parting at Kunsthal Charlottenborg and awarded the Montana ENTERPRIZE at Kunsthallen Brandts in Denmark in 2011. Recent solo exhibitions incorporate Parallax Conjunctures at Museum of Present-day Artwork Detroit (2021), Neighborhood of Parting at Art Sonje Middle (2021) and Kunsthal Charlottenborg (2020), and Of Specters or Returns, Gallery damdam (2020).
Agenda OF VIEWINGS AT THE SNF PARKWAY
March 4 – April 10 (Thursdays-Sundays)
APERTURES | SPECTERS | RIFTS, 2016 and Strange Meetings, 2017, put in artworks in the SNF Parkway building. Open up through Parkway functioning hrs.
April 7 at 7PM
Group OF PARTING 2019 will be screened as a solitary-channel film (Theatre 1). The screening will be adopted by an artist Q&A and discussion.
April 8, 9, 10
Practical experience the mounted artworks and the screening of two films as part of the Asia North Arts Festival 2022. That includes one-channel film screenings of The Woman, The Orphan, and The Tiger, 2010 (Theater 3) and Community of Parting, 2019 (Theater 2).