Midnight Bath by Linda Kim
by sabine7 / December 15, 2009


White tigers enjoy the cool, blue midnight grass beside a peaceful, shallow pond. Behind them, leafless branches weave together a protective canopy that keeps the softness in. A two-head ostrich sings one song out of its two mouths. The song is a new and strange one, reflecting the geodesic forms that appear unexpectedly in the bluegrass setting. A larger, more colourful quartz-like structure is hidden behind a thick fog as an animal looks on. The work of Linda Kim is mysterious and compelling.


Artist: Linda Kim
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An exhibition of work by Linda Kim opens at LeBasse Projects in Culver City on December 12, 2009.


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New Song


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Midnight Bath


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