On a long scroll of brown kraft paper, Urban Crop Circle

[Young Summers, Ann Zumwinkle & team] created¬†individual personal “Dokkaebi” goblins, painting jointly with festival attendees, who then wore their own Dokkaebi scrolls on their backs, protecting them from all evil.

Each scroll painting got an exhibition label on verso, with a little red dot signifying “artwork sold,” reading:

My Dokkaebi
Perform Chinatown, circa 2014
Ink and Dokkaebi spittle on paper
35.5 x 9 in.


Visitors and artists painted scrolls
of them traveled along with their artist owner (usually attached to their backs)
folks left theirs to be included along the wall behind us
artist coordinators



Thank you to John Marchena for documentation and the video above. And thanks so much to JeanT and MitchE, GlenyS, SheilaO, WallisB, ShaneS, MargaretZ, FloG, YoungYulP, and Paty Mejorado for their support! Especially thanks to Doug Harvey for including us in his curatorial decision…