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The birth of a paper chamber pot

The process of making a double-walled chamber pot out of hanji using jiseung techniques (Santa Fe, 2012)

Whenever possible, I make the paper for my artwork. For more details on my paper and art making process, see:

  1. Hanji making The Plain Dealer feature by Gus Chan
  2. Hanji and duck making ideastream video produced by Dennis Knowles
  3. Hanji making, artwork, background video produced by ThinkTV
  4. Live papermaking demo on stage in Cleveland for ideastream
  5. Great Big Story video about making hanji as a woman in Korea

Videos of Korean masters:

  1. Shin Hyun-se in 2008 (now a national Intangible Cultural Property Holder [ICPH] of hanji making)
  2. Four Korean papermakers (2008–2009)
  3. Yoo Bae-geun in 2009 (retired from his work as provincial ICPH of hanji screen making)
  4. Na Seo-hwan in 2009, third-generation jiseung (paper basketry) master

Process of making hanji & studio:

  1. Aimee’s 2009 apprenticeship: basic steps for making hanji
  2. View from above for webal tteugi sheet formation technique (in Cleveland)
  3. Building the first hanji studio in North America at the Morgan Conservatory (2010)

Photos of research in Korea: 2008–2009 Fulbright research

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