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Since founding, the company have traversed 22 countries performing Kim's original choreographies. The company has presented at Seoul International Dance Festival, Seoul Art Center, Tokyo International Dance Festival, Green Mill International Dance Projects, Melbourne, Australia,  Centre Culturel de Fabereg

Printemps d'Arts Plastiques, Bourges Festival de Danse in France, 

Haus der Kulturen der Welt in Berlin,

Goethe Institute in Munchen, Germany,

Ijsbreker in Amsterdam, Netherlands, John Jay Theatre in New York.

 

 

The company created dance films: Dance with Horses, For Sunrise, 

ODE ON A KOREAN URN, ISLE OF WAITING SOULS,

PASSION & REBIRTH, SOUTH SEA TO ISANG YUN, RED, L’HEURE DU COQ and currently work in progress film underwater.

 

Company's dance films received Best Experimental Award International New York Film Festival,  Gold Award Dance on Camera in New York, Winnie Award Equus Film Festival and  officially selected to Brooklyn Film Festival,  Berlin Film Festival, Cinedans Dance Screen in Amsterdam, Festival International of Film on in Montreal, Canada, Jumping Frames Dance Video Festival in Hong Kong, Moving Image Film Festival, Toronto, Canada, Sans Souci Festival of Dance Cinema. 

 

Over the years, HYONOK KIM DANCE ARTS's media coverages include ABC Television, Australia, KBS, MBC, SBS, EBS TV in Korea, Shanghai National TV China,

Canal + and TF1 in France,  

VPRO-TV in Netherlands,

Kanal 4 in Germany, Switzerland, Netherlands.

 

 

 

Swept away: dancer-choreographer Hyonok KIM in this haunting film

(Teile dich Nacht, Gold winner Dance on Camera, New York) Ellen Cohen,

 

THE VILLAGE VOICE.

A Poetic illumination. ARTS VIDEO (Spain) 

HYONOK KIM DANCE ARTS

was founded by Hyonok Kim in 1992. 

The company is committed to the creation of choreography for stage performances and dance films. With innovative ideas, inspired from many resources, poetry, cinema, visual arts and music, Hyonok Kim let emerge her vision into dance and dance films.

Hyonok Kim was quoted

"Pina Bausch of Korea"

by dance critic Mary Lee Mooney.

The company was based in

Korea and is now based in New York. 

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