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Erin Kim


Erin Kim has used art and storytelling as a form of expression of her thoughts and ideas. Especially about her identity and the world around her. In 2021 her paintings Acceptance and Belonging were showcased at Top Arts, exploring how one’s environment affects their thoughts and perceptions of themselves as a minority in Australia.

Additionally in 2022, her 2D animated short The Flower in Me received the Jury prize and was featured at Top Screens. It is a coming of age story about a young person learning to accept who they are without the judgement of others.

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