The artist created the work There is no place like Korea, a pair of common Korean rubber shoes (고무신), transformed into magical slippers, as a present to all the female figures referenced in her work, fictional and real. Referencing the pair that the heroine Dorothy wore in the story The Wizard of Oz, which protected her from evil and eventually safely transported her back to her home and family with the chant, “There’s no place like home,” the artist wishes the same safe space to all women who have been oppressed, sexually abused, and/or discriminated against and poignantly the possibility to return home.
Intervention: Fresh Perspectives after 50 Years, Pacific Asia Museum, Pasadena, CA, 2021, curated by Rebecca Hall
Mourning Becomes Electra, Warehouse Gallery, Incheon Art Platform, Korea 2019
Past Persephone, Meanwhile. Elsewhere, a project from Galerie Irrgang, Berlin 2019, curated by Tobias Wachter
MuEon Daeon, Korea Verband, Berlin, 2018, curated by Nataly Han
Trostlose Trostfrauen, rk-Galerie für zeitgenössische Kunst im Ratskeller, Berlin 2018, curated by Kwang Lee