[Liverpool] Yunchul Kim in Broken Symmetries at FACT

by Events Editor on 18 November, 2018 updated 3 January, 2019

in Event Notices | Exhibition news

Yunchul Kim is participating in a group exhibition in Liverpool, showing the work that was recently on display in the KCC (apart from one item which unfortunately got damaged).

Broken Symmetries

22 November 2018 – 3 March 2019
FACT | 88 Wood Street | Liverpool L1 4DQ | www.fact.co.uk
Galleries open Tue – Sun 11:00 – 18:00
Yunchul Kim | Haroon Mirza | Semiconductor | Yu-Chen Wang
Uncover the hidden aspects of our world in this new international exhibition.

Yunchul Kim KCC

Yunchul Kim: Cascade, installed at the KCCUK

Premiering at FACT, Broken Symmetries brings together artists who aim to understand and question the physical world by navigating the shifting realities of modern science.

The underlying nature of the universe remains ever-elusive. But now, thanks to the technological and scientific breakthroughs of the last hundred years, we are more able than ever to understand the nature of this hidden realm, revealing and interpreting the symmetries which govern our existence.

This inquiry into existence has long served as an inspiration to many artists.

Through scientific and artistic collaborations, our exhibition brings together ten new commissions by international artists who creatively explore questions and connections that may contribute to the understanding of the hidden world, and the impact it has on our lives.

Broken Symmetries is curated by Mónica Bello and José-Carlos Mariátegui, and is co-produced by ScANNER (the Science and Art Network for New Exhibitions and Research), composed of Arts at CERN (the arts program of the European Organization for Nuclear Research, Geneva); FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology, Liverpool); CCCB (Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona); le lieu unique (Center for Contemporary Culture – Nantes) and iMAL (interactive Media Arts Laboratory, Brussels).

Additional support from The University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University.

ScANNER was initiated through the Collide International residency Award 2016-2018, a partnership programme between Arts at CERN and FACT.

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