Dissertation Defense: Jinku Kim, “Hard-Wired Wonderland: Rethinking and Connecting Temporalities, Rhythms, Layers, and Spaces”

Monday, April 22, 2019

6:00pm - 9:00pm

Granoff Center for the Creative Arts

Studio 2

Jinku is a composer, performer, and multimedia artist currently residing in New England Area. His work focuses on pushing the boundaries of interaction through sound installation and audio visual performances. His works have been performed and installed at various places including REDCAT of Walt Disney Concert Hall, Whitney Museum of American Art, STEIM in Amsterdam, The New children’s Museum in San Diego, Machine project in Los Angeles.

Hardwired Wonderland is a real-time audiovisual installation which explores a connection between the sonic and the visual. The audiovisual elements are synchronized and unified into a new form of synesthetic experience. A custom designed patchable interface is using as a device to connect sound, vision, and space.