KangHee Kim’s surrealist photographs act as escapism from her visa restrictions

Born in Seoul and now living in New York, photographer KangHee Kim’s project _Street Errands_ is a series of collaged photographs that have been taken in New York and a few other places around the USA. “They are mostly created from constructing my own form of surreal escapism by manipulating images produced from mundane encounters,” KangHee explains. “My work involves a juxtaposition of mundane scenes in New York and beautiful scenery outside of the city. As much as I love the city, I miss being out in nature.”

Source: It’s Nice That | KangHee Kim’s surrealist photographs act as escapism from her visa restrictions

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