Kaijern Koo
Spell for good fortune, 2019
Paraffin wax, oil paint, paper, found objects on plywood board
48.5 x 39 x 5cm

Kaijern Koo is an interdisciplinary artist living and working on Wurundjeri land in Naarm / Melbourne. She is interested in the human proclivity towards esoteric practices as frameworks and formulas for survival. This work, spell for good fortune, considers processes of fate and superstition.

Courtesy of the artist.

B-side artist: Lorilee Yang

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