Korean-born artist Sae Jun Kim creates sculptural installation that embody his fascination with the points of intersection between nature and the controlled, manufactured landscape of civilization. Kim’s work utilizes concrete, metal and other industrial materials. The sculptures are either installed within specific natural settings, or presented independently. His work has been included in several exhibitions throughout the Chicago area, including Evanston Art Center. He holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and is a recipient of the Shaping the Future award bestowed by the Remet corporation. Sae Jun Kim currently lives and works in Chicago, Illinois where he is a co-founder and resident artist of Fat City: an artist commune, residency and gallery.