Jerry Lim (b. 1975) is an artist that works with photography, text, sound and video. His work examines the ways in which history and knowledge are produced, how they operate in our physical world and how they influence the individual and their community.
He received his BFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art in sculpture and finished his MFA at Cornell University in 2017. Prior to receiving his MFA he worked at Johns Hopkins Hospital as creative director of the Microsurgery Advanced Design Lab and is currently works as an UX designer. He is the recent recipient of a 2018 Light Work Photography Grant. He has also received grants from the Cornell Council for the Art, the Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies and the East Asia Program a Cornell University.
Lim is also an accomplished experimental guitarist having performed at venues such as Roulette, The Stone and Carnegie Hall. He has played with Joe McPhee, kayagum master Sang-Won Park, sound artist Sean Meehan, Martha Colburn, among others.
He currently lives in Brooklyn, NY