우리의 밤이 미래가 될 때까지 ☆ Kiss of Chaos, 2020
Commissioned by National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea
Exhibited at National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea, 2020


우리의 밤이 미래가 될 때까지 ☆ Kiss of Chaos, 2020, Single channel video (04'18"). Commissiond by MMCA, Korea.

Starring: HornyHoneydew, Hoso Terra Toma

Production: Tom Spice Film
Director: Tom Spice
Assistant Director: Kim Jun Won Production Assistant: Yang Hyun Mo, Um Ki Man
Director of Photography: Lee Gun
1st AC: Park Young Dae
2nd AC: Kim Ji Woong
Gaffer: Kim Ji Ho
Electrics: Lee Hyun Soo

Music Producer: CITY ALONE
Lyrics by Dew Kim
Composed by CITY ALONE
Arranged by CITY ALONE
Vocal Trainer: Sung Jin Shin
Choreography: Boohyun Nam
Dancer: Nayoung Kang, Hye Jung Do, Hye Jung Do, Seungwook Yang, Ho Hur, Jaewon Kim, Dehan Hka Son, Mariah Blue 

Costume Design & Styling: Dehan Hka Son
Hair & Make Up: Lee Eun Seo
H&M Assistant: Kim Min Joo
Support Costums and Accessories: Fabrique Store, Sehee Kang
Support Place: Seoul Art Space Geumcheon

VFX: Donguk Ko, Bongjun Kim
Edit, Sound Design: Tom Spice
Photographer: Spring

Special Thanks: Kris Ercums, Ji Eun Kim, Tae Yeon Kim, Jinhe Park


Dew Kim views the concepts of 'queerness' and gender,' the boundaries of which become blurred as they get more fragmented and expand along a spectrum, through the lens of Shamanism. His project <The Old and Wrong Way of Seeing Things (2020)> adopted its title from a derogatory description of Shamanism, the beliefs and practices often associated with North Asia which used to be denigrated as the 'black faith' by Western people. Understanding binary concepts such as good and evil, heaven and hell, cause and effect, and subject and object as religious ‘divisions’, the artist investigates the persecution of homosexuals from the perspective of the Western religions and the magical practices and roles of Korean Shamanism, which is seen as oppositional to the Western religions. He focuses on the physical performances commonly found in shamanic activities and attempts to re-examine the relationship between shamanic practices, rituals, and visual expressions from K-pop by using the lens of queerness.