By Diamond Bridges
The Charles B. Wang Center recently introduced the public to it’s newest long-term installation. The center is known for its beauty highlighting Asian culture while also supporting Asian artists. It’s impossible to miss the wonderful and colorful traditional Korean clothing before walking inside Jasmine or not to listen to space be filled by the noise coming from the water in the Zodiac Fountain. But now you can literally step into a dream-like world of black and white drawings through GREEM’s “The Studio: Through A Surrealistic Lens.” GREEM, or “picture” from direct translation in Korean, is a South Korea based project group who put together this humorous and cartoon-like narrative into an artist’s studio.