kimura byol-nathalie lemoine
kimura byol-nathalie lemoine was born in South Korea from a Korean mother and Japanese father. kimura-lemoine, a conceptual multimedia feminist artist, creates works about identities – diaspora, ethnicity, colorism, post-colonialism, immigration, gender – in calligraphy, painting, digital imagery, poetry, video, and photography. kimura-lemoine has exhibited, screened, and published her works internationally. As a curator, kimura-lemoine has developed projects that give voice and visibility to minorities. She currently works as an activist archivist on the ACA (Adoptees Cultural Archives) documenting the history of adoptee culture through media and arts.