Frisco based artist Jungeun Lee’s stark textile photographs and installations explore the relationship between human experience and cultural memory. Her ‘Silenced Suffering: the Comfort Women Project,’ which she began during her graduate study at the University of North Texas, is focused on raising awareness about the experiences of Korean women during the Second World War. Lee received First Place in The Visual Language of North Texas, Great Denton Arts Council, Denton, TX in 2009 and First Place in the photoNOLA, New Orleans, LA in 2010. Her work has been shown in group and solo exhibitions such as “RESPECT: Artists invite Artists,” Valley House Gallery, Dallas, TX; “War Remaining,” Collin College, Plano, TX, and ‘Silenced Suffering: The Comfort Women Project’’ Louisiana Tech University Gallery. Her book, “Silenced Suffering,” was published in 2011.