Hana S. Kim
Theater designer Hana S. Kim will create an interpretation of the Korean legend of Emille Bell, establishing a renewed relevance of the traditional myth in today’s world and socio-political climate. An immersive installation experience, created through sculptural, sound, and projected elements, will illuminate notions of conflict, personal and collective sacrifice, and otherness.
Princess Grace Foundation–USA Works-in-Progress Resident Artist
Hana S. Kim
Hana Sooyeon Kim is a scenic and projection designer for live performances. Recent design credits include; scenic and projection design for Venus directed by Lydia Fort, projection design for The Last Look Back directed by Gates Mcfadden, projection design for The Other Place directed by Loretta Greco, scenic design for Empanada for a Dream directed by Alex Levy, scenic and projection design for Offenbach’s Orpheus in the Underworld directed by Peter Kazaras.
She received a BFA in Visual Communication Design from Seoul National University in Korea and MFA in Scenic Design at UCLA. She is a member of United Scenic Artists Local 829 and recipient of 2012 Princess Grace Awards in Theater Design.