Enna Kim is an experimental, interdisciplinary artist based in Toronto. Studying Digital Futures at OCAD University, Kim relies on digital spaces to find ways of navigating her cultural past, carefully extending her online world into her offline identity.
Enna has created works for VICE, Fido, TEDxRyerson, StreetARToronto (StART), exhibiting work at Trinity Square Video, InterAccess Gallery, The Royal Cinema, OCAD University, and Burning Man. Enna has recently come back from living in Glasgow, Scotland.
My practice focuses heavily on the creative process as a way of retracing my cultural past through animation and illustration, investigating the cultural and inter-generational gap that inevitably stands between immigrant parents and their children. My work attempts to capture strong female characters through bold and vibrant colours, playing with repetition, scale and detailed patterns and landscapes.
Illustration, Graphic/Digital Art, Aerosol, Photography, Stencil Art, Installation Art, Mixed Media
© 2019 The PATCH (Public Art Through Construction Hoarding) Project - all images are copyrighted by the artist, unless otherwise noted