The Mennello Museum’s summer exhibition invites visitors to reflect on identity and belonging in a globalized world. Double Welcome: Most Everyone’s Mad Here presents over 50 works by Atlanta-based Korean artist Jiha Moon, who weaves together traditional crafts, folk symbols and pop culture iconography from “East” and “West.”
The solo exhibition traveled far and wide before landing in Orlando. It premiered in Roanoke, Virginia, in 2015 and has since toured mostly mid-sized Southern cities and college towns.
“The show is meant to raise questions about who we really are,” says Moon in an email exchange. “We’ve traveled through the conservative South representing a more hybrid and diverse aspect of America, one that tends to be dismissed.”