About

Tai Hwa Goh works with printmaking and installation. Her installations push the boundaries of traditional printmaking from two-dimensional images on paper to three-dimensional sculptural installations that transform space. Seeing the natural world and the human body as inextricably connected to each other, Goh uses tubes, pipes, and orbs that spew forth flowing strips of paper, suggesting cycles of the body, industrial machinery, and natural phenomena, as well as the unending processes of growth and decay.

During her residency at MAD, Goh will go beyond hand-pulled prints. Goh will recycle used materials—old t-shirts and jeans, lace, curtains, phonebook pages, gift wrap, magazines, wallpaper, old letters, old notebooks, etc. She will sew, glue, and transform these “found” prints to construct three-dimensional objects.

Born and raised in Seoul, Korea, Goh holds an MFA from the University of Maryland, as well as an MFA and a BFA from Seoul National University. She has been featured in US and international exhibitions. For more information, please visit: www.taihwagoh.com.

Current Studio Artists

Fabiola Jean-Louis , Sculpture, Tuesday

Amir R. Hariri , Sculpture, Wednesday

Anna Riley , Interdisciplinary, Thursday

Johannah Herr , Fiber and Sculpture, Friday

Luam Melake , Mixed Media and Design, Saturday

Mimi Bai , Design, Sunday

Lexy Ho-Tai , Textiles and Performance, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday