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These bojagi floating in the air represent some of the common designs you might encounter in this traditional Korean art form. In the past, Korean women would utilize/recycle/reuse remnant fabric materials to make bojagi, often, creating random patterns from the scraps. There are also some recognizable traditional patterns in bojagi. Artist Kyung L. Shin created three different patterns: one with random patterns and two with common patterns with variations. In modern days, bojagi took the form of craft, and now there are many newly created works.
Object ID
Korea 025.004