Christine Sun Kim is an American sound artist based in Berlin. Working predominantly in drawing, performance, and video, Kim’s practice considers how sound operates in society. Musical notation, written language, American Sign Language (ASL), and the use of the body are all recurring elements in her work. Her work has been exhibited in major cultural institutions internationally, including in the Museum of Modern Art’s first exhibition about sound in 2013 and the Whitney Biennial in 2019. She was named a TED Fellow in both 2013 and 2015 and a Director’s Fellow at MIT Media Lab in 2015.