Conversation_Unfolded Stories (guest-creator: Jiyea Park) AESJ "Activentions, Art and Social Justice Pedagogies" This artwork is spreading and unboxing my story in a social-cultural transition that I have experienced for almost 2 years since I arrived at UGA in 2018 Summer. I have been consistently posting drawing-essay on my blog since 2017, and this visual mapping is a collection of drawing pieces and debris from 2018 to the first half of 2020 that have drawn for drawing-e
On My Way Home, paper, pen and pencil, sticky notes, 12x18inch, 2019 Cover Art for JoLLE(Journal of Language & Literacy Education)@UGA I have been working on a drawing essay, "Handspan Diary," that deals with my adaptation and life as an international student ever since I came to UGA in July 2018. In particular, this artwork is a collage unfolding selected experiences I have written and collected related to "the difficulties I have gone through as a Korean international stude
Devin's Handspan Diary #. 20200906 COVID-19 has made me lock myself up into self-quarantine life since mid-March, and I have been cautious to go to public places where people gathered.
Naturally, both grocery shopping, and ordering goods are up to delivery service.
If I make an order on the smartphone and select the "leave at door" option, someone starts to put the products on my behalf, and pack them.
Then someone brings them and put it in front of my room, and knocks on
Greetings :-) Hello, everyone! My name is Devin, and currently, I am an international graduate student who is currently studying for a Ph.D. in art education, and an artist-teacher who studies and practices visual-inquiry, visual journaling, visual narrative, and visual storytelling. Initially, so far, I have been recording my daily life, thoughts, and emotions by sharing my drawing essays, "Devin's Handspan Diary" through Korean blog accounts and Instagram since 2017. Howeve