This installation draws from Christina Kim early childhood experience spending time in Anyang with her family her affinity toward organic shapes. Using a mix of naturally dyed organic cottonhand based textile techniques, Kim has produced an array of cushionspillows for the Anyang pavilion that offer endless possibilities for flexible, non-structured social spaces for visitors. To achieve their dappled texture, cotton canvas was scattered with a wet mixture of teapulverized pomegranate peel, then folded steamed to affect a monoprint. Four giant floor pillows, patched together using textile remnants, evoke memories of the surrounding rock formations of Anyang, complemented by dozens of smaller pillows. The project emerges from Kim decades-long commitment to eliminating textile industry waste through reuseto the dignified employment of crafts people seams tresses around the world through her company, dosa. In addition to her installation, Kim designed uniform vests for APAP docents using the same techniquesa limited edition APAP 5 tote bag utilizing stock fabrics from past dosa collections.