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Hee Eun Cho used paper to reproduce wave patterns at the bottom of yongpoin vivid color and soft material. Water is essential for life, and it has been considered source of life. What is interesting, the wave patterns at the bottom of yongpo as well as on rank badges are diverse. Some are expressed as diagonal lines or called standing wave (立水), and some are overlapping semi-circles that signify calm and silent wave or called lying wave (臥水). And there are also curled one at the ends of the other waves (浪水). In her <flow> Cho turned these ever-changing waves on a flat surface into dimensional waves that give different looks according to where they are viewed.

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  • Title: Flow
  • Creator: Hee Eun Cho
  • Date Created: 2016/2016
  • Location Created: Rep. of Korea
  • Physical Dimensions: w80 x l58 ㎝
  • Type: Textile art
  • Rights: Hee Eun Cho, The Chung Young Yang Embroidery Museum, Sookmyung Women's University

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