Queer/Feminist/Praxis | Filmmaker KyungMook Kim

Korean filmmaker and artist KyungMook Kim discusses his films portraying the lives of marginalized beings in South Korea and his current works in progress with Una Chung, associate professor of Literature and Media at Sarah Lawrence College. Kim’s award-winning film Stateless Things (2011) will be screened prior to his artist’s talk. Please register for the screening event here.

Queer/Feminist/Praxis is an international conference that brings together scholars, artists, designers, writers, and filmmakers to explore visual arts and activism revolving around the LGBTQI+ and feminist experience in South Korea and abroad.

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Thursday, April 15 at 7:00pm to 8:30pm

Virtual Event
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Film, Lecture, SEI Event


Theory + History of Art + Design, SEI - Social Equity Inclusion Initiative



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