In Seob Kim’s works, details accelerate and turn upside down. Still, Kim develops a drawing stroke that takes time to deploy itself on the paper surface, forming a sensitivity to the subject he is depicting. The issue here is not about the High and Low but how to make complexity cohabit with the sensitive; how to move from the Bigger Picture to the specific; how to widen perception by accumulating the details of a thought process. Seob Kim is a Swiss and French artist born in 1974 in Seoul, Korea. He has presented solo exhibitions at MAMCO, Geneva; Swiss Institute (Istituto Svizzero), Milan; Truth and Consequences, Geneva; and Karma International, Zurich. He has participated in group exhibitions at Praz Delavallade, Paris; Palais de Tokyo, Paris; Musee d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris; Kunsthaus Glarus; and the Louisiana Museum, Copenhagen. He studied at Haute Ecole d’art et de design de Genève (HEAD) and has received the Swiss Prix Federal d’Art numerous times. Kim lives and works in Geneva.