24/7 is a photographic installation documenting the visual culture of immigrant-owned convenience stores. It explores narratives of shame, grit and security experienced and continuously being lived by Korean immigrants. Moreover, 24/7 investigates the relationship between memory and personal autonomy.
Hosted by Paragraph, a pop-up gallery that appears in unexpected places and showcases the work of emerging artists and writers—always available for a limited time only.
This show is housed in a room in a house in Cully, so be prepared to hang out and make friends in a backyard while you’re waiting your turn to get in. If it rains, we’ll all get rained on together.