Grace Kim studies the intersections of art, history, science, and technology. She also integrates documentary filmmaking with her research on the preservation and display of things.
She has studied representations of art in museum conservation laboratories and neuroaesthetics. She also has studied representations of science in various media, ranging from newspapers to architecture. For her master's dissertation, she wrote and made a film about her witnessing the construction of an exhibition at the Whipple Museum of the History of Science.
Grace received her BA in History and Science at Harvard ('11) and MPhil in the History and Philosophy of Science at Cambridge ('12).
film; museum practices; visual culture