Olivia Kim

associate member

Olivia specializes in the ever-changing architecture of Human Body Movement in Bronze and Cast Glass. Over the last decade, she developed a new technique for capturing split-second phenomena through the practice of world dance and physical training. Her subjects range in body type, feeling and subject matter to explore universal themes. Her recent work on the Frederick Douglass Bicentennial Sculpture Project placed 13 sculptures of Douglass throughout the city of Rochester, NY. in 2018. Currently she is making a body of work based on the Bessie and Tony Award-winning dancers of Garth Fagan Dance.

associate member

Olivia Kim

Olivia specializes in the ever-changing architecture of Human Body Movement in Bronze and Cast Glass. Over the last decade, she developed a new technique for capturing split-second phenomena through the practice of world dance and physical training. Her subjects range in body type, feeling and subject matter to explore universal themes. Her recent work on the Frederick Douglass Bicentennial Sculpture Project placed 13 sculptures of Douglass throughout the city of Rochester, NY. in 2018. Currently she is making a body of work based on the Bessie and Tony Award-winning dancers of Garth Fagan Dance.