As collaborators, AlexandMushi span different generations, languages, cultures, and genders. Alex and Mushi met by chance on the streets of San Francisco when, after being evicted from her art studio, Alex sat a a table outside an Indian Restaurant practicing her Japanese. From Korean descent, Mushi struck up a conversation after seeing one sentence in Alex’s journal. The importance of communication and language began the collaboration itself, and with the development of their artistic practice, the two have honed in on the invaluable notion of transparency– a theme heavily present in their exhibition, ALEXANDMUSHI: Push Me Pull You at Modernism Gallery in San […]
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