Gijichon: Collecting Fragments

From Rhizome Artbase
2020
Description

Gijichon refers to the camptowns that have surrounded U.S. military bases in South Korea since the Korean War (1950–1953), which have also been the sites of institutionalized prostitution for American soldiers. Gijichon Catching Collecting Fragments threads together written text (narrative poem), visual text (images of gijichon), and spoken text (academic research) to create a polyphonic portrait of gijichon, demonstrating the apparent fragmentedness and elusiveness of that history.

Heeyeon Kil, Faris Kassim
2021
Metadata
Variant History
outside link
2021
Executable Poetry Open Call
9 November 2021
Heeyeon Kil, Faris Kassim
web archive
6 December 2021
web capture
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