kate-hers RHEE

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kate-hers RHEE

kate-hers RHEE (이미래/李未來)is an interdisciplinary artist, arts educator, and cultural worker. She employs performance, installation, drawing, and participatory events to explore the concepts of home, kinship, cultural acquisition/appropriation, and gendered violence. She is currently working between Newark and New York, at Rutgers University and researching at the Metropolitan Museum of Art; Berlin, Germany at the Atelierhaus Mengerzeile; and South Korea, where she has been conducting independent research since 2014. 

 

RHEE has received numerous awards and prizes, among them a Fulbright scholarship, the first prize of the visual art competition and the first biannual art grant of the AHL Foundation, an Incheon Art Platform residency fellowship, Millay Colony for the Arts residency fellowship, MacDowell Colony residency fellowship, the Berlin Senate working artist fellowship and support from the Heinrich Böll Stiftung. In 2018 she was a Goldrausch fellow. She has recently given talks at Asia Art Archive in America, in the Consortium for Race, Sexuality, and Migration at Dartmouth College, and as an artist-in-residence at Vermont College of Fine Arts. RHEE was an artist-in-residence at Rutgers University and is working towards a solo exhibition in the Paul Robeson Galleries. Her work and projects have been shown in diverse galleries and institutions in Berlin and beyond; in Galerie Wedding, Galerie Irrgang, Galerie damdam in the Korean Cultural Center, in Reinbeckhallen, in the Asian Art Museum and in the Berlinische Galerie; in Art Space One and in SEOGYO Arts Center for Experimental Art in Seoul and in the British Museum in London.