IntricationEntanglement, the latest album from multimedia artist TK Kim, is born of the moment captured, virulent cells on a thin slide, the ephemeral that lives. Encapsulated in sound and vision. Everywhere she travels she is armed with a camera and sound recorder, her indispensable tools. She films, she records, everything and anything. Then Tk Kim retransmits what was experienced. Regurgitating, spewing out words of unprepared text. Remaining true to her ethos of "One shot, one take." Any possible errors are not mistakes as she resolves, "You have to love the imperfect since life itself is imperfect."Entanglement, the sonic representation, is a confluence of lo-fi experimentation, modular synths and old drum machines, delicious guitar riffs and throbbing bass. With TK Kim slamming over and behind the rich layers of sonic textures producing a dark and sensuously melancholic pop.Fascinated by the field of science and dipping into quantum mechanics she builds her own model, defining entanglement as two objects who share the same properties but separated from each other by large spatial distances. Quantic Intrication.If it can happen to photons, sais TK Kim, why not human beings?Subscribing to that proposition TK Kim assumes the role of a photon, a free spirit, a creative atom in an infinite universe. And somewhere out there is a twin photon, that feels and acts, reacts to TK Kim. E.G Tilo WolfLacrimosa, on this album.TK Kim propels her endeavour, abundant and radiant energy and commitment, witnessed in her blog (tkkim), through exhibited works in spaces, through films (BANG, MOCT), in performance dance (Butoh). Now the possibilities open up. Somewhere, whether it's Moscow, Seattle, or Mars, some unknown not specifically targeted person receives a sense of urgency and is compelled to react. The symbiosis of atoms A and B. Distant dreams are future songs. The entanglement realised in the eponymous album: ActionReaction.