Re: [-empyre-] Cunnilingus in North Korea
Did the Korean flag influence any of your public work?
Young-hae and Marc
Only as much as the trigrams (or their structure) have had a major
influence on all my work. So only indirectly. But the flag did intrigue
me and indicates that Korea has (or maybe had) a fairly close
identification with a Confucian, Taoist, Buddhist ideology.
Can you comment on how national cultural agendas have influenced your
work (in contrast say to the influence of the contemporary political
situation -or- the western artworld)?
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