Location: London, UK
Website: http://www.lomakagallery.com/artists/doyeon-noro-kim/

Doyeon Noro Kim has held multiple group exhibitions in London, Seoul and Stockholm. His personal experiences in psychosis have greatly changed his approach towards art. “Every colour and detail from everyday life felt overwhelmingly pleasurable, and also collectable.” Noro also describes the experience of psychosis as “being on another universe.” The artist is obsessed with recyclable objects, collecting and reusing it within his conceptualisation process. His subconscious intentions are to create 3D art pieces using recyclable materials, which never materialise. He utilises his experiences and estrange episodes during his psychosis as a resource for his art. Noro envisages providing beautiful yet fun abstract paintings to his audience. He finds art therapeutic pleasurable and addictive. Within each of his creations, he never loses the essence of Fashion Illustration. Audiences are invited to interact with his art and think outside the box to see what is going on.


2018: Butterfly Effect, Barge House, London
2017: Summer Salon, Islington Arts Factory
2013: SPECTRUM, Hanbury Pub, London
May 2013: CROCHE –label launching pop-up shop, Coiincoz, Seoul
Apr 2013: Fresh Prints, UAL Showroom gallery, London
Feb 2013: MA13, Victoria House Basement, London
Aug 2011: Same Tree Different Apple, Gana Art Gallery, Seoul
May 2011: Drawing and the Body, K52 Gallery, Stockholm
Sep 2010 : Erin O’Connor’s Model Sanctuary, London
Jun 2010 : LCF Degree Show, Carnaby Street, London
Dec 2007: London Olympics 2012 conference, Vynil Gallery, London