On Language and Korean Identity: An Interview with Cathy Park Hong

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

By Lisa Lee Cathy Park Hong is a Korean-American poet whose works focus on exploring regional and dialectic language patterns and histories of trauma relating back to her…

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Old Gold Mountain

Sunday, November 15, 2015

This piece by the stellar Jackie Gu was excerpted in our Fall ’15 issue. Here’s the full piece, which you can see either here in .pdf form or as pictures…

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Uncluttering Amanda Ross-Ho

Sunday, March 2, 2014

Amanda Ross-Ho is an artist quickly becoming harder to miss. And it’s not just due to the physical presence of her work, which often generously fills the spaces…

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Using the Skin as a Canvas

Sunday, January 5, 2014

  Most people doodle weird, fantastical drawings into the margins of their notebooks during math class boredom. Tokyo-based artist, Pinpin Co., however, uses skin as her choice of…

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The Road Jess Traveled

Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Now you’d think Jess X. Chen (Brown/RISD ’13) would be a typical bohemian beatnik, a golightly gal in her svelte hipster dress relishing the best of both Brown and RISD….

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Building for art. Building for life.

Saturday, November 16, 2013

The intersection between life, art and functionality has never been more apparent than in the architecture of rising buildings in Asia. As metropolitan cities continue to experience a…

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