Christine Kim is a Toronto-based artist who with the combination of painting, drawing and paper cut outs composes these lovely collaged illustrations.
“Inspired by boundaries, I often use Victoria fences to illustrate the tension created at these borders. At once, sturdy and restrictive, the fence also stands as a decorative ornament to mark the line between private and public spaces. It is a stern warning and a delicate ornament. The illustrations accumulate layers of fences, figures, and screens — all cut and perforated with patterns to allow viewers to see the distance between and the new relationships built by this displacement.” — Christine Kim
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