This method removes obscured and erased narratives by suturing together the varied pieces of the social puzzle often seen as disjunctive. These disjunctive links and erasures of the past in the present are made visible through Kim’s analysis of the geopolitical, ecological, psychological, social, technological, material and economic disparities. Kim threads through the fragmented forms of knowledge in order to suture connections, unities, and inclusive knowledge that is unhinged from the colonial illusions that persist. Kim weaves through various methods of inclusive learning via discourse, dance, and visual textile design. The visual design fosters creation, re-learning and unlearning narratives, skills, and knowledge that were surpressed by the hegemonic colonial violence.
Re/Presenting Europe: Popular representations of diversity and belonging