Alumna Featured in Time Magazine

July 17th, 2013 by Katlin McNally
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"Unwoven Light" photo by Nash Baker © nashbaker.com

“Unwoven Light;” photo by Nash Baker © nashbaker.com

Fine Arts alumna Soo Sunny Park (CCAD 1998) was featured in the July 8 issue of Time magazine.

The article highlighted Park’s newest exhibition, at Rice University in Houston. The show, Unwoven Light, which is on view through Aug. 30, allows visitors to walk through 37 individually sculpted units of glass suspended from the walls and ceiling.

Park is a recipient of a Joan Mitchell MFA Grant, the 19th Annual Michigan Fine Arts Competition Grand Prize, the Helen Foster Barnett Prize from the National Academy Museum, and the Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Center Fellowship. Her work has been included in exhibitions across the U.S. and featured in numerous art publications.

Park is originally from Seoul, South Korea. She moved moved to the United States at a young age, growing up in Orlando, FL, and Marietta, GA, and attending Lake Howell High School.

 

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