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Manifesta 12: Chercher La Femme, Chercher Le Queer

I applied to for a bursary to visit Manifesta 12 partly out of interests for its core themes of migration, and space/place as politically charged, especially as sites of repression, which I explored in my own work (Ghost House, Disciplinary […]

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Start living in the UK

Hello there, I am Korean artist, and I have been the UK for five months. I am interested in Feminism and other social issues such as suicide and poor environment of artists. I would like to meet various artists in […]

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big

I love this soft and chunky piece. ‘big’ CjB, 2017, ceramic (for sale).

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The Contents of the Book (The Text)

I have been writing here in several posts about my latest work “346. A Journey While Staying As Still As Possible”: I have explained how the format, the accompanying model, the visuals and the contents of my book all are […]

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The general appearance of the scroll

The centrepiece of “346. A Journey While Staying As Still As Possible”, a piece of book art about my experiences during a difficult pregnancy with twins is of course the book itself. I described the format – a scroll – […]

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The Book Form

If you are not a book artist or a collector of rare books, chances are that in your bookshelves there will be very little else than industrially bound books, with a spine at which a stack of pages is held […]

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The Suggestive Flower

As mentioned earlier in my blog, I wanted to research why the floral pattern seems to be associated with females rather than males. I found an article on the subject, written by Andrea Frownfelter. She writes in ‘Flower Symbolism as Female […]

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Work from BA Art Practice 2013 – 2016

My art practice explores the personal, emotional, physical, and psychological states of being a woman today. I confess my own personal experiences through my art, the good the bad and the ugly states of being that connect with bigger feminist issues.

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