Artist Bang Geul Han discusses Electronic Integrated Art, major influences and the trouble with being an interdisciplinary artist.
Author - Erin Sickler
Erin Sickler is a mindfulness & creativity coach living in the Hudson Valley. A former NY art curator, she has worked with some of the world’s most successful living artists and now writes about expanded modes of being on the creative path.
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