Seoul-born, New York-based Minjae Kim’s furniture practice predicts playfulness, seduces through functionality, and brings a given viewer-user into tactile devotion.
From his predictive bodily impressions carved into wood and the anthropomorphic sensibility of his forms, to the idiosyncratic silhouettes of his quilted fiberglass vessels, Kim insists on the invitation to actuate form and produce generative artistic meaning through materiality and touch.
Minjae Kim (b. 1989, Seoul) lives and works in Ridgewood, Queens. An alumnus of the Architecture program at Columbia University’s GSAPP, Kim recently spent time working with Studio Giancarlo Valle before establishing his solo studio practice, and has been featured prominently in trade publications Architectural Digest, Pin-Up, Milk, Cero, as well as Tatiana Bilbao’s Two Sides of the Border. Minjae has shown works at Nomad St. Moritz with Etage Projects and Frieze LA with Marta.
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