Kate Korroch

Abstract: 
South Korean contemporary art and culture in regard to gender, sexuality, and the body.
Email: 
kkorroch@ucsc.edu
Phone: 
Office: 831-459-
Research Interests: 

South Korean contemporary art
and culture in regard to gender, sexuality, and the body.

 

Selected Publications: 

“Beyond the Detail: Censorship at the Gwangju Biennale.” Dilettante
Army 
(2014)

“Trickle, Splash, Shoot: Chang Jia’s Standing Up Peeing: Gender Constructs Explored Through a South Korean Lens.” Modern Art Asia (2013): 6-18.

“Giant Cyborgs and Miniature Humanoids: Male Nudes in South Korean Art.” Art
Radar Asia 
(2013)

“Supplementary Skins: The Female Nude in South Korean Contemporary Art,” Art Radar Asia (2013)

“Layers of Seeing: Minouk Lim’sFire Cliff 4, Sixty Inches From Center  (2013)

 “Softening the Lines: A Divide by the East Sea,” Experiences: Asian Women in Global Culture, Incheon International Women Artist’s Biennale Book Project (2011):  76-79.

Selected Presentations: 

In Absentia, “Mingling Membranes: Miru Kim’s The Pig That Therefore I Am,” Asian Studies Association of Australia, Contesting ‘Global Bodies’: New Approaches to Technologies of the Body in Asia (2014).

Guest Lecturer, “Mingling Membranes: Miru Kim’s The Pig That Therefore I Am, ”Global Feminisms Seminar, School of the Art Institute of Chicago (2013).

Guest Lecturer, “Trickle, Splash, Shoot: Chang Jia’s Standing Up Peeing, ”Lust and Aggression Seminar, School of the Art Institute of Chicago (2013).

Presenter, “Trickle, Splash, Shoot: Chang Jia’sStanding Up Peeing, ”Contemporary Korean Art and Media: Looking Beyond and Before, International Convention of Asia Scholars, Macau (2013).

Guest Lecturer, Body Project Artist and Academic Talk, Gendered andSexed-Up Spaces Class, School of the Art Institute of Chicago (2013).

Presenter, “Trickle, Splash, Shoot: Chang Jia’s Standing Up Peeing, ”(In)Appropriated Bodies Conference, Cornell University (2012)

Presenter, “Trickle, Splash, Shoot: Chang Jia’s Standing Up Peeing,” Visual and Critical Studies Master of Arts Symposium, School of the Art Institute of Chicago (2012).

Presenter, “I like my bellybutton” Artist Talk, Visual and Critical Studies Noontime Lecture Series, School of the Art Institute of Chicago (2012). 

Education and Training: 
M.A. Visual and Critical Studies, School of the Art Institute of Chicago
B.A. Art History, Indiana University, Bloomington