Kim Coleman (N.  Ireland, 1976) is an artist working across expanded moving image, performance, and photography.  Her works 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 how multiple subjectivities are expressed within individual artworks. Her colour photograms index her time-based works, permanent artefacts rendered from the materials of their transient counterparts. 

Kim's solo and collaborative works have been staged at Nottingham Contemporary, Tate Britain, Tate St.Ives, FRAC Champagne-Ardenne, The Showroom, The ICA, Jerwood Visual Arts, Frieze Projects for Frieze LondonSerpentine Screen, Minneapolis Film Festival, MS Dockville, Block Universe, Palais de Tokyo, Edinburgh Art Festival, and Glasgow International. 

Recent, Current, Upcoming

 

Spring '21 

AXISWEB

Axisweb Online Residency

with Jenny Hogarth

 

December '20

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

 

Nov '20 > February '21

FRAC CHAMPAGNE-ARDENNE, FRANCE

Empty Rooms Full of Love (postponed)

'If They be Two' will show continuously for the duration  

October '20 > March '21

NOTTINGHAM CONTEMPORARY, UK

Grace Before Jones: Camera, Disco, Studio

Group exhibition. Curated by Cédriq Fauq with Olivia Ahearne 

 

Contact

kimehcoleman@gmail.comKim's Instagram