i met Kim when i was living in London. he was a friend of a friend, we on Brick Lane for a few hours and then he took a bunch of photos of my friend and I playing in the garbage, which I still adore as they capture the mood of that night so brilliantly.
i moved to new york, he moved to shanghai and i always looked on to what he was doing happily through facebook. kim’s one of those people that i’m really glad my life intersected with - super creative, brave and just doing it. so when i started the wilhelmine project he was one of the first people I thought of to get involved and here we are.
his interview will pop up in this space soon, stay tuned. and stop by - the piece is great on screen, stunning in person.
Having Kim’s work in the window is like having a drugged-up rainbow dream float into your world. It’s pretty fantastic.