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‘Se-nang Dang’ by Eun-jeong So (the crazy living tree with the arms)

The Shaman, or ‘Se-nang Dang’ is seen as communicating with the spirits on behalf of the community, including the spirits of the deceased. ‘Se-nang Dang’ holds two meanings, either that of a messenger between the natural world and the spiritual dimension or a shrine to the village deity. In this case the Se-nang Dang is seen holding one of the oldest forms of shamanism, the Bu-juck, or ‘Amulet’.
The Shaman, or ‘Se-nang Dang’ is seen as communicating with the spirits on behalf of the community, including the spirits of the deceased. ‘Se-nang Dang’ holds two meanings, either that of a messenger between the natural world and the spiritual dimension or a shrine to the village deity. In this case the Se-nang Dang is seen holding one of the oldest forms of shamanism, the Bu-juck, or ‘Amulet’.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

‘Hwa-too Jum’ by Hye-Young Yoon 

‘Hwa-too’ is a 16th Century Korean and Japanese method of card reading, originating in the Edo era, a time of vibrant artistic freedom in Japan. The Hwa-too enables the dealer to foretell the future. The Cherry Blossom card tells that many new, previously unknown people will shortly be met. In this image, the human face is represented in the cherry blossom.
‘Hwa-too’ is a 16th Century Korean and Japanese method of card reading, originating in the Edo era, a time of vibrant artistic freedom in Japan. The Hwa-too enables the dealer to foretell the future. The Cherry Blossom card tells that many new, previously unknown people will shortly be met. In this image, the human face is represented in the cherry blossom.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

‘The hanged man’ by ‘Hye-Young Yoon’ 

 
Carrying two meanings depending on whether the card is dealt upright (a willingness to adapt) or reversed (an inability to change or move forward), the card is in this case portrayed upright, displaying a flexibility.
Carrying two meanings depending on whether the card is dealt upright (a willingness to adapt) or reversed (an inability to change or move forward), the card is in this case portrayed upright, displaying a flexibility.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Goiyanni Illustration Studio is a bilingual place providing a space for passionately artistic people to become real, established artists. Running varying workshops at different levels, covering but not wholly limited to Life Drawing, Silk Screen Printing, Oil Painting, Fashion Illustration, Fashion Design, Art Illustration, Research Skills and Idea Development for Portfolio, Fashion Computer Graphics and Fashion Critique, the Studio uniquely offers the possibility of wide-scale public coverage for its students. 

 

 

 

 

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