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 Past Exhibition

Kyoung Ae Cho: Rearrangements
August 29–November 7, 1998
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Kyoung Ae Cho, fiber instructor at the Kansas City Art Institute at the time of this exhibition, works with wood, pine needles, leaves, and other natural materials. Born in South Korea, Kyoung Ae Cho mines the natural world, creating works of art that often seem as if they are still growing and evolving, much as they would in the field or forest.