Kim Coleman (N. Ireland, 1976) is an artist working with expanded moving-image, stage-lighting, live performance, and photography. Her installations, live works, and images consider affective dynamics between bodies, including how love and friendship are navigated in current cultural and technological landscapes. Kim's work is often co-authored, examining communication and how multiple subjectivities are expressed and combine within artworks made by more than one person. Her colour photograms are images made with light in the velvet obscurity of the darkroom, which extend and index the time-based works.
Kim's solo and collaborative works have been staged at Nottingham Contemporary, Tate St.Ives, Palais de Tokyo, Tate Britain, The Tom of Finland Foundation FRAC Champagne-Ardenne, The Showroom, The ICA, Frieze Projects for Frieze London, Serpentine Screen, Minneapolis Film Festival, MS Dockville, Block Universe, Palais de Tokyo, Glasgow International, Jerwood Visual Arts, The Athens Biennale, and Edinburgh Art Festival. Commissions include those for Kings Cross, London, and bands including Django Django.
Kim has taught at numerous art and design institutions including Chelsea College of Art, Reading School of Art, Camberwell School of Art, London College of Fashion, Gray's Aberdeen, Edinburgh College of Art, Glasgow School of Art, and VIA, Aarhus (Denmark).
Recent, Current, Upcoming
Axisweb Online Residency
with Jenny Hogarth
'If They be Two' co-authored with Susie Green will show continuously for the duration.
October '20 > March '21
Group exhibition. Curated by Cédriq Fauq with Olivia Ahearne
TOM OF FINLAND FOUNDATION, LOS ANGELES (ONLINE)
Tom of Finland Festival
Series of C-prints presented at Tom of Finland Foundation's virtual art fair