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Fri, May 31

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Oddfellows Hall, online and as replay

Towards the Resolution of Space, Kim Lim’s exploration of light and movement

The late British Singaporean sculptor Kim Lim has been honoured recently with a show at the Hayward Gallery & the Hepworth Wakefield. Her bonkers sculpture shows are a joy to experience, and this talk will introduce this brave and contemporary artist in all her glory. more info below

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Towards the Resolution of Space, Kim Lim’s exploration of light and movement
Towards the Resolution of Space, Kim Lim’s exploration of light and movement

Time & Location

May 31, 2024, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Oddfellows Hall, online and as replay, 15 Parkshot, Richmond TW9 2RG, UK

About the Event

More than 25 years after her death, the legacy of Kim Lim engages with critical contemporary issues to expands the story of art.

The Singaporean-British sculptor and printmaker should have been a significant player in the post-war artistic landscape. Yet she shared the same uphill battles as her near contemporaries, Ruth Asawa, Dorothy Dehner, Barbara Hepworth, and Isamu Noguchi, who were too often sidelined because of bigotry and prejudice.

Drawing on her Southeast Asia heritage, her profound understanding of the natural world and global cultures,  Lim’s explorations of ideas, process and materials, reveal  transcultural perspectives that herald changes into the cosmopolitan society we live in today.

delivered by Sophie Lachowsky

Upon booking an automated email will be send including instructions on how to join.

A replay will be available for members of our database.

Tickets

  • Regular

    £15.00
  • Creditor

    This ticket is for people who have credit with Art Historical London because they have paid in advance via bank transfer, cheque or gift voucher.

    £0.00

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