Myung-Keun Koh, Stone Body, 2006 plexi glass box and film of classical sculpture photographs printed on transparencies (become opaque). Interruption of western culture challenging the weight of cube.

Myung-Keun Koh, Stone Body, 2006 plexi glass box and film of classical sculpture photographs printed on transparencies (become opaque). Interruption of western culture challenging the weight of cube.

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Myung-keun koh uses the cube to challenge our understanding of architecture. Creates an illusion that we cannot enter.

Myung-keun koh uses the cube to challenge our understanding of architecture. Creates an illusion that we cannot enter.

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MA LIUMING (Chinese, b. 1969). Fen-Ma Liuming (self  portrait), 1993 Artist is male but plays up feminine features b/c of how sons are perceived in this culture. Blends male & female into one body, critique of value of sex of child in culture.

MA LIUMING (Chinese, b. 1969). Fen-Ma Liuming (self portrait), 1993 Artist is male but plays up feminine features b/c of how sons are perceived in this culture. Blends male & female into one body, critique of value of sex of child in culture.

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Huang Yan, Tattoo series,1999 connection w/ traditional art- landscapes painted on scrolls, but when put on body becomes political.

Huang Yan, Tattoo series,1999 connection w/ traditional art- landscapes painted on scrolls, but when put on body becomes political.

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Myung Keun  Koh unique and amazing photo-sculptures blur the lines between art, architecture and design. His work invites the viewer to experience space formed by a series of transparent planes where images have been imprinted.

Myung Keun Koh unique and amazing photo-sculptures blur the lines between art, architecture and design. His work invites the viewer to experience space formed by a series of transparent planes where images have been imprinted.

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