Keeryong Choi

Keeryong Choi’s experience living and working between Scotland and South Korea has shaped a broader cultural outlook. From this ‘in-between’ vantage point, he draws from questions concerning the notion of cultural authenticity, bicultural identity, and historical, symbolic meanings constructed around materials.

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Daam Dah 2022
Glass
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Daam Dah 3 and 4 (Red)
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Daam Dah 4 (Red)
Glass
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Daam Dah 1-3
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Daam Dah 3-2 and 3-3
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Daam Dah (Plate-White)
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Daam Dah (Plate-Red)
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Daam Dah 9
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Daam Dah 2023
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Mussel Box and Sieve
Ceramics
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Icy Magma Wallpiece
Ceramics
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Echoes of Amphora: Lidded Vessel I/21
Wood
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Shigaraki Red, Dark Speckled Trace, Dark Rim, Tilted Shelf
Ceramics
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Melt
Ceramics
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Fractured
Metal
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A Pair of Daffodil Bonnet Lidded Pots
Ceramics
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River Ladders
Ceramics