Herkunft Seoul, South Korea
Fach-/Kunstrichtung Installation, Site-specific Installation
Studienrichtung Public Art
Curriculum Vitae
Solo Exhibitions
2007 ‘Heart Attack’, Noam Gallery, Seoul, Korea 
2006 ‘Debonair’, Gallery in Chang-dong International Art Studio Korea, Seoul, Korea 
2012 ‘EXCHAGE’, Broadway Passage, Athens, Greece
2012 ‘Was Tun?’, Koelleda City Museum, Germany 
2012 ‘3003 Studio Exhibition’, Xian, China
2011 Open Studio in GlogauAIR, Berlin, Germany
2011 ‘ANIMATUS’ Make Shop Art Space, Paju, Gyunggi-do, Korea
2010 ‘Voyage to the Polygon Island’ Gallery Ian, Seoul, Korea
2010 ‘Did not mean it’, IMART Gallery, Seoul, Korea 
2009 Taewha River International Eco Art Festival, Ulsan, Korea
2009 ‘Storming Party in Art Museum’, Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea 
2007 ‘Movement and repetition’, Gwan-Hoon Gallery, Seoul, Korea 
2007 ‘Museum is a Park’, North Junra Museum, Korea 
2007 ‘Critical Mass’, GwanHoon Gallery, Seoul, Korea
2006 ‘Funny Painting Funny Sculpture V’, Gallary SeJul, Seoul, Korea
2006 ‘Hadaeri Summer Art Festival’, Hyungsung, Gangwondo, Korea
2004 ‘A Traveler’s Journal of Guliber’, Museum of Seung-Gok, Seoul, Korea 
Awards & Residencies
2011 Arts Council Korea Funds Fellowship 
2011  Glogau AIR, Berlin, Germany 
2010 I-Park Artist Residency, Connecticut, U.S.A.
2007  Arts Council Korea Funds Fellowship 
2006 Changdong International Artists Studio, National Museum of Contemporary Art, Korea
Artist Talk
2012 ‘Searching for German olive oil in Greece.', Presentation of Participating Artists, Goethe Institute, Athens, Greece 
2010 Artists Talk in Open Studio, I-Park Residency, Connecticut, U.S.A
2008 Artists Talk in Seoul National University, class of Professor OH

Sujin Lim majored in sculpture at Seoul National University in Korea. She currently studies in the “Public Art” MFA program at the Bauhaus University-Weimar. In her recent work, she mainly does site-specific installations to create surreal scenes in daily life. Through these interventions, she tries to reveal the desires of people who are suppressed in society, and further question the systems that cause this suppression.

"Monument for the Screams" (Vom Ende der Welt)

Viehauktionshalle was constructed as a cow auction in the past and has been used as a temporary collecting point for the Jews and others who were later moved to Buchenwald. I gathered the pieces of glass bottles from the ground at this site and transformed them into a chandelier. The chandelier installed in the front part of the building is a memorial for the weak and unstable existences that throughout history have been kept on the site against their will. Through the intervention, in lighting up the space where anonymous people have been drinking, I hope to console the screams, which are invisibly filling the void inside and outside of the building. 



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