555 Mission St / UGO RONDINONE's Moonrise Sculptures

555 Mission St / JONATHAN BOROFSKY's Human Structures

560 Mission Street / GEORGE RICKEY's Annular Eclipse

101 2nd Street / CHARLES ARNOLDI's Core

500 Howard Street / RICHARD DEACON's Not Out of the Woods Yet

199 Fremont Street / PAUL KOS' Big Bertha

301 Mission Street / YORAM WOLBERGER's CA Mission

405 Howard Street / JOEL SHAPIRO's Untitled

201 Spear Street / J. SEWARD JOHNSON JR.'s Smile

LAURA HYUNJHEE KIM (b. Palo Alto, CA) works with video, performance, and the Internet as a medium to render familiar physical experiences into digitally fabricated (non)existent spaces. Thematically, Kim's recent projects examine ubiquitous consumer-grade technology and ‘readymade’ apps/platforms that control online experiences, influence behavior, create new daily rituals and reconfigure everyday life.

Kim has shown work in numerous on/offline exhibition spaces, screenings, and festivals around the world including CAAMFest, Minnesota Street Project, Kadist Art Foundation, San Jose ICA, The Internet Archive, California Academy of Sciences, Portland State University, Aurora Picture Show, Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, Newark Museum, Bronx Art Space, New York Anthology Film Archives, MIX NYC, Annual Dresden Artists' Exposition, Mutuo Centro de Arte, Magmart International Videoart Festival, São Paulo Museum of Image and Sound, Costa Rica Museum of Contemporary Art and Design, quARTel - Galeria Municipal de Arte, Caracas Museum of Contemporary Art-Caracas, Fei Contemporary Art Center-Shanghai, Asian Experimental Video Festival, Institute of Contemporary Arts - London, The Berlin International Directors Lounge, “#nfcdab Wrocław” Digital Art Biennial, Super Art Modern Museum, The Wrong-New Digital Art Biennale.

Kim was the recipient of the inaugural ArtSlant Award in New Media and Sally Owen Marshall Best in Show Award. She was an artist in residence at the Korea National University of the Arts, Internet Archive, Black & White Projects and Queens Nails Projects. Her work has been featured in ArtSlant, Hyperallergic, KQED, New Hive, Mutual Art, and The One. She enjoys sharing her work IRL and had the opportunity to present at Gray Area Foundation for the Arts, Asian Contemporary Art Week, Living Room Light Exchange, San Francisco Art Institute, Stanford University, and University of California, Berkeley.  @lauraonsale received her B.S. in Art from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and M.F.A. from the New Genres Department, San Francisco Art Institute. Kim lives in Seoul, South Korea and frequents San Francisco, California.