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Made in Korea

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Maybe if they had had a larger canvas than six issues I would have found what they whipped up more satisfying. She has all these expectations placed on her because she's the eldest sibling, and it's something that Valarie will never understand. Enter the new kid in class, Wes Jung, who is determined to pursue music after graduation despite his parents’ major disapproval. Overall, Made in Korea was a super cute and funny book about Wes and Valerie's business competition during their senior year. The American parents are quickly forgotten, and we're back with the programmer, but there is almost no personal interaction between the proxy and their designer.

But between raising a family and getting older, she never had a chance to travel the world like she wanted to, even though she was always talking about the endless list of places she longed to see. It involved multiple exhibitions and events and the first international residency programme for sound and ceramic artists hosted by The Ceramic House. They will be paired up with sound artists, to create new work for an exhibition in the autumn (venue to be confirmed). Part of me probably wouldve enjoyed this book more if it weren't for how much Val annoyed me, but also if I wasn't bored. While this book does have a cute hate-to-love romance, this book does deal a lot with their families and the expectations placed on them.It's beautiful and heartwarming and in some ways sad to see how much of a burden each one of them carries. Of course Val doesn't take this well and soon they both make a bet—whoever makes the most money by the end of the school year gets to take all of the loser's money.

Their relationship is cute though and I am glad they handled their miscommunication wisely, but I crave for more of their interaction other than competing against each other. Although, Valerie does learn to get better toward the end--and I must admit it's fascinating to see her as a character, but it doesn't change my feeling about her. It seemed to me as though they used Jesse to explore their own experiences and feelings regarding their identity. Myung Nam An, a Korean artist based in London, exhibited at The Ceramic House in 2012 and introduced me to Sladmore Contemporary in London, who is hosting Made in Korea in July 2017. She makes some not-so-good decisions and puts her business before a lot, including friends and family.I will be presenting Pavilion (Deconstructed), a condensed touring version of the larger installation originally created for British Ceramics Biennial 2017 (BCB), which was displayed as part of a three-part installation together with Shadow Workers by the Made in Korea Ceramic House artists in residence, Jin Kim and Kyung Won Baek, and Joseph Young’s 4-channel sound piece Handmade/Automation.

He's too nice honestly, like I really don't understand how he liked Val but okay ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Wes deserved better, imo. The everyday stuggle of being a teen and trying to work who you are and where you fit-in was obvious throughout the novel, combined with the difficulty of family expectations and Asian parents, and the gorgeous element of first love.There is a widespread belief that the first MIK Squiers were assembled with leftover parts from the Japanese Fujigen Gakki factory.



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