Monthly Archives: June 2010

More Pictures from the Exhibition

Thanks again to all who made the Girl #4708’s vision into reality. We are in the process of getting all the texts translated and tidying up now. Please let us know if you would like to have all or part … Continue reading

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The Art Installation in Korean

Hello TRACK fans, Suki here.  I’d just like you to know that my Korean friend Miwha has posted a great photo essay of the art installation on her DAUM blog. Please share this with your Korean-speaking friends and Korean national … Continue reading

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A Collection of One

Here’s my post from my own blog, which will have to keep you at bay until Jane gets back from her honeymoon, at which time we hope to have processed this better and next month there will be a BBC … Continue reading

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Call for Images

Girl 4708 here. Jane is off decompressing before her wedding, so I’m standing in for her until she resurfaces… We know you’re dying to hear how the installation went, and we’re going to tell you, but we are sorely in … Continue reading

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In the National Assembly

Here are the first two modules inside the National Assembly that we will cover with photos and tags. We need a lot of help this weekend! Please come out anytime from 7:30 a.m. to midnight and help us send a … Continue reading

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NO SKILL NEEDED! JUST DETERMINATION! FIGHT TO WIN! PLEASE HELP by committing to one of these times for stamping or hanging. You do not have to be there the whole time. Even a couple of hours on one day helps. … Continue reading

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Suki and me

Suki then Me then Us now Our weapons of choice: Stamper! Tag gun! Little plastic hanger thingies! Suki is a good friend.

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Worth Every Second

This is blatantly copied from Suki’s blog called Hello Korea! Adoptee Repatriation Adventure. It’s 3:39 am and I’m taking a short break.  I haven’t eaten dinner yet, and I have to leave in 6 hours to head to Seoul.   I’m … Continue reading

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I’m not a process-oriented person. I like results and I like to get there the fast way. When hand-stamping 200,000 price tags, however, each with a different number, there is no fast way. The Walk of Shame (see posts below) has … Continue reading

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