Soojin Kim, MFA '18
Cracked Oreo No.106
30h x 40w x 0d
DESCRIPTION: Drawings & Watercolors, Framed, Conte Crayon on Paper
ARTIST STATEMENT: My father always carried half-eaten American sweets in his shirt pocket to share them with me. He experienced the Korean War, and the post-war hunger when he was young; chasing American GI's who shared "the world's best sweets" with him. Drawing American sweets was my own interpretation of Confucian ritual called "Jesa"; offering their food to a spirit of the ancestor and referring to the acknowledgment of the transition of cultural values in Korea under the proliferation of U.S pop culture.
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