Hasla, a book/DVD which includes many of Kim's compositions and installations, has just been published by DAAD and Kerher Verlag, Germany. Hasla catalogs, and is part of Kim's Hasla project, which he has been working on for some years. Also included are short articles by Denis Smalley, Folkmar Hein, and Julia Schrörder and a short story by Kim.
Hasla is an encyclopedia of a land called Hasla, a vast, faraway place that does not exist. In order to corroborate the existence of Hasla and its many cities and towns and also to prove that I, the traveler, have been there to witness the land and its people, I showcase a series of compositions, installations as well as a story as evidence.