[Artetche] is interested in globalism and the way that technology has brought us closer and further away from our diasporic roots. Through the lens of diaspora, Arteche’s work revolves around epistemology, acting as an interlocutor between traditional research, oral history, and Internet searches. She works in photography, installation, and social practice.
“Kim Arteche,” The Growlery
“‘Post Colonial Survival Kit:’ Addressing the Challenges Brought by Centuries of Colonization,” Asian Journal
“Westin Teruya and Kim Arteche Featured in Alltogether Now” by Francis Phillips, Creative Work Fund