Each box includes one of each of the works below:

(1/7) Refracted Mochi
by Anais Franco
Medium: Ceramics
Dimensions: 2.5”(L) x 2.5”(W) x 1.25”(H)
Type: Edition of 10

(2/7) Flying Nimbus
by Jinseok Choi
Medium: Hardwood sawdust, incense powder, essential oil, metal hardware
Dimensions: 2”(L) x 2”(W) x 4”(H)
Type: Edition of 10

(3/7) Mom’s Santa Handwriting
by Jisoo Chung
Medium: Print on vellum, paperclip
Dimensions: 3”(L) x 2.5”(W) x 0.1”(H)
Type: Edition of 10

(4/7) Moa Bell
by Julia Chai
Medium: Ceramics
Dimensions: 3.75”(L) x 3.5”(W) x 3.5”(H)
Type: Edition of 10

(5/7) Wee Dino Pots
by Richard Nam
Medium: Ceramics
Dimensions: Variable size
Type: “Family Edition” of 5

(6/7) Fruit of Heavenly Peace
by Ruoyi Shi
Medium: Wood, watercolor, apple seed
Dimensions: 3.5”(L) x 1.5”(W) x 1”(H)
Type: Edition of 10

(7/7) quiet queer choir
by Woohee Cho
Medium: Letterpress on paper
Dimensions: 5.8”(L) x 4.1”(W)
Type: Edition of 10

About the artists

Anais Franco is the creator of studio sachi. The two intermingle – creating ideas of looping that manifest into ceramic design objects. For Franco, looping, persistence, and cycles are modes of thinking that help piece ideas together. As a way of introducing image-making and storytelling, Franco uses motifs and patterns to transform symbols into site specific meaning.

Jinseok Choi is an interdisciplinary artist who activates our time and political surroundings by researching historical and cultural context and weaving seemingly unrelated issues via sculpture, installation, performance and video.

Jisoo Chung is an LA–Seoul based multimedia artist working through video, installation, and drawings. Her work excavates constructed language in quotidian technology and objects. Fragility of language, such as failed auto-correction, mistranslation, or speechlessness, serves as motifs and/or formal registers in her work.

Richard Nam is an LA-based artist who works in painting, ceramics, and mixed media. Cats appear in the span of his work, often depicted with humor.

Ruoyi Shi is an interdisciplinary artist working with objects, writings, performances, and video installation. Inspired by folklore, oral history, mythology, and personal memory, she combines humor and fiction to construct her own poetic narratives. Through her practice, Ruoyi plays a world-building game with the figures and creatures she invents and she invites audiences to participate in her alternative reality.

Woohee Cho is a visual artist based in Los Angeles, working primarily with video installation and performance. The key theme of his work is self-identification. He is a gay who grew up in a religious, conservative middle-class Korean family. The aim of his work, which stems from his personal experiences, is to expose and queer the structural irony of patriarchal, heterosexual norms.

Julia Chai is a Bay Area based ceramic artist who creates one-of-a kind handmade ceramics that lie between functionality and sculpture.


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