Tae Ho Kim

Holding an MA in Visual Communication from the Royal College of Art, Tae Ho Kim focuses on reinterpreting the visible world through geometric structures.

The Imperfect Visual Materialism series asks the question: what position does illusion hold in modern, visual culture? The resulting works play with patterns as symbolic expression.

Kim believes the expression of optical illusion to be underestimated, noting: “the highly sophisticated mathematical structure and the profound scientific approach that make the illusion have been less emphasised than its aesthetic and playful elements.”