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Q & A
The curators asked each artist a few questions about their current living situations considering how the pandemic changed everything in such a short time. Meanwhile, some of the artists chose to share pictures about their creative lives, and/or anything in their mind that can answer our question.
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01 - Sohyun An
02 - Su A Chae
(b.1984) is a painter and illustrator who currently lives and works in Bucheun, South Korea.
When you don't want to do anything
Focus only on my self
Let everything rest
Not to lose consciousness, sleep, or dream
Resting all of me with awake mind
After taking a breath for relaxation only
It feels more transparent and clear
Feels like the things that made me cluttered and complicated flew away
I became lighter than anything else
I stand still, nothing else
Q & A
Tutu: How are you responding to the pandemic and how doe it affect your art practice?
Sohyun: I think it's painful and difficult.
I just want my painting to be a little warm comfort to those who are lonely while social interaction with sick people is blocked.
I keep working hard like that.
03 - Karen Y. Chan