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The “unknown zone” is a transit area, which you pass in through order to arrive at a certain destination on the Internet and a place where not only the identities of escaped women would hide with anxiety and instability but also my other selves who intimidate my inner self could live without any pressure.
Kang Eun-suKang Eun-su
Kang Eun-su earned a BFA and MFA in Fine Arts from Ewha Womans University. Recently, she has collaborated in projects and various group exhibitions of her digital visual artworks. In 2002, she was the winner of the Korean Culture & Arts Foundation and presented her first solo exhibition The unknown zone Invitation I: aliens at the Insa Art Center.