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(From Canberra Times)
I FIRST wrote about this Austrade-inspired, Embassy- supported exhibition of Aboriginal art in Seoul, Korea, in The Canberra Times of January 24, but went back to the ANU last week to interview the curator, Korean-born En Young Ahn, and ask her about the show seen at the POSCO Art Museum in Seoul from January 30 to February 20.
Petite, dark-haired, serious but with such a smile, Ahn has lived and studied in Australia at the postgraduate level, and is now a postdoctoral fellow at the ANU's School of Humanities.
But what is a Korean artist, now writer and curator, doing in the world of Australian Aboriginal art, and how did she …