By Alison Gates
Surface Design Journal
Kyoung Ae Cho speaks of her process as a collaboration between herself and her materials, which are drawn mostly from nature. Following a classic set of parameters that define and distinguish textile processes from others (repetition, building a greater whole from small components, intentionality in mark-making, and exploitation of materials' inherent cultural baggage), she crafts surprising connections between formal elements. "Nature" in this case includes actual material from the outside environment but also fake flowers, burn marks, the passage of lunar and solar time, and her own hair.
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