Lately, Chicago-based artist Min Kim Park has been producing an impressive body of new work wrestling with the trifecta of modern-age concerns: race, gender and identity. In ZUMMARELLA,
continuing Mon., JAN. 5
, this emerging artist continues to stir the pot at the Emory Visual Arts Gallery. Park's photography and video installation takes up the idea of the azuma
– a term in her native Korean referring to a do-it-all power woman – and blends it with that paragon of silent suffering, Cinderella. Originally trained in journalism, Park includes a healthy dose of material gleaned from her days as a journalist for Korea Daily News
and Korean American Broadcasting Company in Chicago. Through Jan. 24. Free. Mon.-Fri., 10 a.m.-4 p.m.; Sat., noon-4 p.m.; and by appointment. Closed through Jan. 4. 700 Peavine Creek Drive. 404-727-6315. visualarts.emory.edu.