Acclaimed South Korean sculptor Cha Jong Rye is showing her work in Indianapolis. Her show includes large wall-mounted landscapes she makes with layers of hundreds of delicate wooden boards. It is physically demanding work. WFYI’s Jill Ditmire spoke with her about her art. Interpreter Steven Choy translated her responses.
News • Arts & Culture / September 11, 2019
South Korean Sculptor Cha Jong Rye Shows Her Work In Indy
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