Today’s publication of burnaway.org features Agnes Scott’s visiting Kirk Artist Jiha Moon in Studio Visit, a new column connecting working artists and their sites of production to a wider audience through critically engaged conversations. The department is especially interested in the connections of thinking processes — talking, writing, showing and making to the concept of our upcoming exhibition SHOWING THINKING 2013, which will include Professor Moon alongside an interdisciplinary cohort, including Larry Riddle in mathematics, Gundolf Graml in German Studies, Megan Drinkwater in Classics as well as Ellis Spresser (class of 2012) and a recent collaborative project (created with an Agnes Scott College Innovation Grant) with photographer Tom Meyer. Each creative thinker will demonstrate divergent approaches to intellectual work.
To read the full burnaway.org article: Studio Visit: Jiha Moon on the Spontaneous Mark. Written By Rachel Reese on January 30, 2013 in STUDIO VISIT