This Korean Broadcasting Service (KBS) documentary on Korean art around the world interviewed me as an example of contemporary artists inspired by Korean art. This aired August 8, 2015. See translation below.
Narrator: "When we visited the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco a Korean 2nd generation artist, Ahree Lee, was busy preparing her exhibition there. She is a video artist who has become quite famous for her video work made with her own self-portrait photos taken every day for three years. The theme of her current exhibition is 'bojagi.'"
Ahree Lee: "I came to the museum and I spent the whole day here and I looked at everything and I wanted to find something that really spoke to me personally that I thought I could make some new project based on. And after looking through everything I saw the bojagis that were on display and they really spoke to me, they resonated with me. Learning about the history of them and the role they played in society, and I learned about the women who made them and how they were made by mothers for their daughters most often on the occasion of their weddings."
Narrator: "Having grown up in America, when she saw the bojagi exhibition here she was deeply moved by it and she decided to use it as the theme of her exhibition. In this way Korean artifacts have been reborn as new contemporary art. The Asian Art Museum in San Francisco has shown an excellent example of the potential of Korean artifacts abroad, and how they can be used."