Kim is in the second year of her practice-led PhD in interactive and participatory documentary practices and the experience of aloneness. She has a background in linguistics, photography and documentary film and has studied and taught these at a number of institutions around Melbourne.
Kim has made a number of documentary films, including Nerve which screened on ABC Artscape in 2011. Since then she made a film to stop the closure of the shortest bus route in Melbourne, visited The Museum of Broken Relationships in Croatia and Montaigne’s chateau in France to make a film about relationships, and participated in collaborative art projects with artists in Melbourne.
Her interests are in the essay film, human relationships and connectivity, art practices, conversations, digital and analogue technologies, chance encounters and multi-disciplinary activities.
You can have a look at her research blog on her PhD Alone Project here.