Meet Olivia Hyunsin Kim, our new associate.

Olivia Hyunsin Kim // Artist and curator

Olivia Hyunsin Kim (올리비아 Hyunsin 金), formerly known as Hyunsin Liv Kim, is an artist based in Berlin, Frankfurt am Main and Seoul and our new associate.

You probably know her from plays like “Say my name, say my name”, “Yellow Banana” or “Miss Yellow and Me – I wanna be a musical”.

Since 2018 she is co-curating the performance festival “EXPO: A Showcase of Wahlberliner”.

Learn more about Olivias biography on her website.

Photo by Christian Cattelan


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