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to charms used in Korea to summon good luck — a traditional Asian counterpart to the escapist dreams of lottery players. Obscure projections (invoking the dream world) play on the wall, while an irritating drone whines in the background — the deteriorated audio remains found on a tape recorder used by Mun as a child in her English-language lessons. Contrasting with this land of shadows, a diptych done in the style of a Tibetan tonka from the Book of the Dead reveals the artist transformed into a male-looking androgyne of uncertain age. Drawn in iridescent ink, it is radiant, literally transcendent. We saw all these elements last week in the artist's studio where they popped and gyred. In full installation? We can't wait.

In Minds, with Rhymes, on Lines
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7pm, March 1
Fl!ght Gallery
1906 S. Flores
(210) 872-2586
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