Philippe Hyojung Kim artist talk

Crosscut published a lovely write up of our upcoming afternoon with Philippe Hyojung Kim and Nat Evans at The Grocery on May 21st.

“If you’re heading to The Grocery Studios this weekend to hear more about the stories your data can tell, you’ll see and feast on “Jelly jelly jolly jealy jello jellies,” a scrumptious site-specific installation by local artist Philippe Hyojung Kim. The installation, on view in The Grocery’s new window gallery WUG (through June 4), consists of plastic multichromatic blobs and polyhedrons and has the mesmerizing allure of a lava lamp. (Note: The artist talk is on Saturday, May 21, 1-3 p.m. and will include a DJ set of “mellow psychedelia to help elevate your consciousness” by Seattle composer/ambient sound artist Nat Evans.)”

long tower of jelly-like, small sculptures in various pink and yellow colors showcased in a window gallery
“Jelly jelly jolly jealy jello jellies,” a site-specific installation by local artist Philippe Hyojung Kim is currently on view at The Grocery Studios on Beacon Hill. (Janet Galore) 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.