HanSan by Juliana Kang Robinson

Now through 7/13/2019 | Method Gallery

Visual Arts & Galleries Pioneer Square

Juliana Kang Robinson presents HanSan, Korean for “One Mountain,” an installation of colorful silk fabric domes reflecting on the tensions between territoriality and unity in our world. Inspired by a section of the DMZ fence between North and South Korea that is covered in colorful ribbons with prayers for reunification, Juliana creates installations that also carry a collective wish for unity. Her work marries traditional Korean aesthetics with territorial markers such as flags, banners and mounds to highlight the beautiful complexity of unifying diverse elements in an increasingly territorial world.

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