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Score by Score

Min Oh

Written by Bona Park, Chulki Hong, Hans Roels, Hwayeon Nam, Jaelee Kim, Lyon Eun Kwon, Min Oh, Zhana Ivanova

Published by Workroom Specter

2017

Table of Contents
7

Prologue

11

Jaelee Kim

35

Lyon Eun Kwon

53

Hwayeon Nam

67

Bona Park

83

Zhana Ivanova

101

Hans Roels

119

Chulki Hong

138

Epilogue

Excerpt

Epilogue

The conception of a performance centers on the score, which concretizes and manifests through it. The score is a diary, which organizes, develops, and documents ideas; a plan pre­dicting the future, as well as a form of storage and a mirror that reflects the completed performance. It is also an agen­cy, which mediates between the author and the performer, as well as a guide used by the audience to read the performance. The score sometimes separates itself from the performance, becoming an independent and autonomous artwork. It doesn’t fix itself in one state; it actively engages in dynamic trans­ formations, slipping through the different space­ times sur­rounding the performance. The score moves before and after the present moment of the work, hovering over the performance to look down on its entirety, or going inside the performance to become a part of it. This transformation is ongoing, from the moment the performance begins to form, until even after the point when it is completed.

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