Kim Jaeger is an artist, facilitator and educator working in nipaluna (Hobart). With a firm base in sculptural practice, Kim considers the relationships between objects and humans, and the interactions that occur between the two in our everyday lives. Kim has worked on projects with the National Gallery of Victoria, Iwantja Art Centre, and the City of Melbourne. She has exhibited her work in Los Angeles, Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Adelaide and her work is held in private collections in the United Kingdom, USA, Europe, Canada, Australia & New Zealand.
In late 2017, Jaeger was selected to attend the Tasmania Performs Tarraleah residency, to develop Good Silence with collaborator Essie Kruckemeyer. The pair were subsequently awarded a residency at Moonah Arts Centre in November 2018. Most recently, Kim and Essie were awarded a two-week residency from Vitalstatistix in Adelaide, to further develop Good Silence during the 2019 Adhocracy program.
Image Credit: Remi Chauvin