2010, Umbrellas & busts made in Nobang (Korean translucent fabric), Sizes vary
The umbrella has a special significance for me. I used
to enjoy being under an umbrella, table, or in the closet when I was a child. Particularly, I loved opening an umbrella and crawling under it for a nap or to read storybooks and play with my dolls. The umbrella was
a place of comfort like my mother’s womb and the most important object for me at the time. As time passed by, however, I could no longer go under the umbrella: not only because I had grown up physically, but also because the society in which a child has to keep on growing up, regarded such behavior as something that belongs to an immature child. Just like that, I came to lose the first precious object that I remember. I soon began to find other precious spaces, memories and objects that slowly replaced this umbrella. However, as
I grew up and things began to change, things that were like precious “umbrellas” to me started to become destroyed, abandoned and taken away. As if a balloon
is blown away or is popped by someone as a joke, the precious things in my life like the “umbrella” were blown away, just like that.
A Daimler Company
Due to the building guidelines that are in place in response to the COVID-19 situation, we are unable to install a new art exhibit in our Farmington Hills, Michigan and Fort Worth, Texas offices.
Thankfully, the majority of artists who currently have their work on display in our Michigan and Texas locations have graciously allowed us to continue to do so through the spring of 2021. We would like to extend a huge thank you to those artists and we look forward to continuing with a new exhibition in the summer of 2021.