In this expressive print, Lee Bann emphasizes the political issues in Korea regarding the assassination of President Park and the militarized authoritarian regime that followed. Using the 1988 Olympics as a visual example of the state's efforts to forget their own injustices and crimes, the artist placs two flaming torches over one another atop several piles of text and script.

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