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‘Unvoiced’ works is based on diaries, more like confessions on what the artist felt during their settlement.
Living as a woman in Korea is similar to live as an Alien(According to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services) in the U.S..
This piece points out the similarity of that and makes the audiences share their experiences
with their own mother-tongues.
This is a discussion of immigrants' invisible/visible-ness,
a story about an ontology in society and the hide and seek playing of the meanings
that arise in the gap between languages.
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