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Interpolated Spheres: Works by Korean Adoptees Nari Baker, Darius Morrison, and Christina Seong, January 14-March 12

This looks AWESOME!  The State of Washington is giving Minnesota a run for its money for the coolest adoptee state in these United States.  (I see a feud brewing!  Beef alert!)  Check out this SWEET interview, and, if you’re in Washington go to the exhibit!

Per the Edmund Community College

Interpolated Spheres | works by Nari Baker, Darius Morrison, and Christina Seong | January 14-March 12

Nari BakerDarius Morrison, and Christina Seong are Korean adoptees raised in the Puget Sound area. Each artist will deconstruct commonly held misconceptions about the Korean adoptee experience. Through mixed media works including audio technology, prints, collage, and found objects, these artists address themes of race, identity, and adoption.

Curated by Minh Carrico: artist, gallery owner, and Edmonds CC visual arts instructor

Meet the artists! Heart and Grace Reception
4:30-6:30 p.m. | Fri., March 1 | Art Gallery, Lynnwood Hall

Featuring keynote speaker artist Nari Baker with student artists, musicians, and readers from the college’s visual arts and music programs and its student produced art and literary journalBetween the Lines.

Join us at Heart and Grace — a reception in celebration of Women’s History Month and the exhibit Interpolated Spheres.

Art Gallery Hours

Visit the gallery on the third floor of Lynnwood Hall.

  • 7:30 a.m.-9 p.m., Monday-Thursday
  • 7:30 a.m.-2 p.m., Friday
  • 1-5 p.m., weekends

1 Comment on Interpolated Spheres: Works by Korean Adoptees Nari Baker, Darius Morrison, and Christina Seong, January 14-March 12

  1. Hi, Kevin,
    What a wonderful peice. The most stricking idea that was discussed (although not in great detail) was a grief, loss and trauma around adoption (Korean or any other). It’s so important to recognize, name, and talk about the root of the adoption story and it sounds like this exhibit has some of that. For those of us that can’t make it to the exhibit are there plans to capture these peices on video and share on your blog?

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