Krista Kim

April 26, 2024 9:00 AM
Charing Cross Rd, London WC2H 8LH

TAEX presents Continuum collection by Krista Kim

Immerse yourself in the serene beauty of Krista Kim's "Continuum," a captivating visual meditation presented on an awe-inspiring scale. This extraordinary installation takes center stage on Outernet's four storey LED screen, offering a tranquil oasis amidst one of the world's most visually dynamic environments.

Krista Kim's visionary artwork seeks to elevate consciousness and foster a sense of positivity in the digital realm. Drawing from an extensive archive of LED light photography, meticulously crafted digital compositions, and cutting-edge software, Kim creates vibrant colourscapes that invite viewers to embark on a journey of introspection and tranquility.

Originally conceived as a collaborative project with collaborator Efren Mur with music by Ligovskoï, "Continuum" seamlessly combines Kim's mesmerising visuals with Ligovskoï’s healing frequency music, resulting in a harmonious fusion of sight and sound.

Krista Kim, a trailblazing contemporary artist and pioneer of the Techism movement, delves deep into the essence of digital consciousness through her innovative creations. Inspired by the transformative power of digital technology on human perception and societal structures, Kim's work transcends traditional boundaries, offering viewers a glimpse into the limitless potential of our digital age.

Influenced by artistic luminaries such as Rothko, Nam June Paik, and James Turrell, Kim endeavours to express the essence of complete digital consciousness, inviting audiences to embrace this newfound awareness with open hearts and minds. Experience the profound beauty and transformative power of "Continuum" as Krista Kim invites you to embark on a journey of digital enlightenment unlike any other.

About TAEX

TAEX is a digital art platform that is building a new community of collectors who shape the future of art. We showcase and co-produce works by leading artists with critical acclaim, selected by qualified curators.