portrait of Mina Kim

Mina Kim, Assistant Professor

205-A Garland | (205) 348-5967 | mkim75@ua.edu

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As an Assistant Professor, Dr. Mina Kim focuses on Korean art, East Asian and global modern and contemporary art, including multimedia and digital art, transdisciplinarity in art and science, cross- or intercommunication between art and science and art, society, politics and religion from the past and the present in East Asia and the world. She is the author of Jung Yeondoo’s Media Art: Quantum Deformation through Coincidence of the Real and the Virtual. She has published three articles related to the Chinese modern artist, Pan Tianshou (1897-1971), in Orientations, Journal of Museum Studies, American Journal of Chinese Studies. Kim is researching Korean experimental art in the 1960s and 1970s: performance, participatory and social art in Korea, multimedia and digital art in the global world, and transdisciplinarity in art and science, especially mathematics and physics