Written and Directed by Ingeun Kim
Produced by Red Carpet Spirit
Nae-ap portrays a group of the Kim clan community and their fellow independence fighters in other villages in Andong, Korea at the World War II. The film focuses on the time of their departure in Dec 24th 1910 in order to seek asylum to West Gando, China to organise independence army against Japanese rule, and also views from Lak Kim who remained at home and resisted but lived a life of deep tragedy. She was a family member of the leaving group and also a daughter-in-law of another leading independence fighter.
* Nae-ap is the name of a village in Andong, Korea where the Kim clan of Eui-sung established in the late 15th century and has been a clan community since. In Korean, the ’Nae’ is a word for ‘river’ and ‘ap’ means ‘front’. Also the word ’Nae’ has a homonym which means ‘my’.
Stampede Behaviour (Film), 2014
The work used documentation footage of a performance by Yoonsuk Choi, the artist.
Andrzej Klimowski on Dreams, 2013
3min Excerpt, curatorial projects Down the Rabbit Hole in collaboration with Nina Jørgensen and Kamil Korolczuk
Voice over(KO) with Subtitles(EN)
Shot in Skagastrond, Iceland in Sep. 2011
Sound(Stereo);electric fan wind on a gibson les paul with 6th string tuned down to D and 5th to F+radio interference noises+wah effect pedal
Video shot in Czech Republic and Austria in Dec. 2012
Artist interview on Soundscapes by Stigmart Videofocus Magazine
Throat (Reality Check Edit), 2013
2 Channel sound installation
43 Inverness Street Gallery, London
Edit in Camera (film sketch), 2013
Womb Work, 2011
10”19’ (excerpt 5”)
12”29’ (excerpt 2”14’)