A collection of 4 posts
Inspiring and thoughtful Korean moments– Between and Within: A Tenuous Beauty
What excited me was a recent series, *Fossilization*, where Koh lays down the texture of stone with its cracks and scraped ridges, then renders the coot or cormorant with a shadow, suggesting the way a fossil might appear.
News from Planet Art
in the studio: more fossils in The Book of Shadows series (below) updated website Planet Art [http://www.planetart.us/] Leave it in the ground (original) [http://www.planetart.us/ground02.html] posters available [http://planetart-alicedubiel.ghost.io/coal-2-poster-available/] Trust Women stencil available in the watershed [detail] The Book of
Arrival in Gwangju
Well cared for: Sangyetang with Jung Suk and Kyungjin Noh Jung Suk is the curator of the exhibition, Garden of Flame, 2014 International Women's Festival at the Gwangju Folk Museum Exhibition Hall (see below); Oh Kyungin was our coordinator/translator and is her daughter. When I landed in Incheon, I