Seunghee Kim: Animation as a Practice of Meditation

“If my introduction to film was for the sake of self-therapy, I’ve now been thinking about how I can make films for others.”

Photo Courtesy: The New York Times, “Tiger and Ox”

I first encountered Seunghee Kim’s work in her latest piece for The New York Times, Tiger and Ox, a riveting op-doc about her relationship with her mother, aptly…

--

--

--

A Medium publication featuring in-depth conversations with Asian artists of international backgrounds

Recommended from Medium

“Good Boys” are Great When Adults Aren’t Spoiling the Fun

THE BIG CATCH-UP

Watching ‘Hal’

Dunkirk, Humanism, And The Divine

From what step are we gonna level up

Amitabh Bachchan lends vocals to Hanuman Chalisa for Kunal Kohli’s new series Ramyug

1. Movie Windows Really May Be Getting Smaller

6 Most-Hyped Movies You Cannot Miss

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store
Woojin Lim

Woojin Lim

art & philosophy-themed columnist always in search of new conversations

More from Medium

Key topics to communicate in a Healthcare Startup

What great producers all have in common

1-Minute Quick Tips: Scheduling

AUGMENTING STAFF OR BUILDING PROJECT TEAMS 4 FACTORS TO CONSIDER