Dec

Heterophony of Heterochrony has become a part of the collections of the MMCA (National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea).

Nov

Three new books in the Music Scores series – #3 Ritornello, #4 Melody Surplus, and #5 Motif – have been published.

ABA Video

time-based installation

2016

1 channel film, 12 channel audio
12 min 24 sec

Video Excerpt
Film Stills
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Installation Views
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Presentations
  • 2021

    (screening) Focus On #3 Min Oh
    Total Museum, Seoul, KR

  • 2021

    New Ways of Living for ▭
    Suwon I-Park Museum of Art, Suwon, KR

  • 2021

    Watch and Chill: Streaming Art to Your Homes
    MMCA, Seoul, KR; MCAD, Manila, Philippines; MAIIAM Contemporary Art Museum, Chiang Mai, Thailand; M+, Hong Kong; online

  • 2020

    Liebes Ding – Object Love
    Museum Morsbroich, Leverkusen, DE

  • 2019

    Uhm - Uhm - Uhm
    SP Gallery, Seoul, KR

  • 2018

    Collecting Highlights: Synchronic Moments
    (MMCA) National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art Korea, Gwacheon, KR

  • 2018

    Object Love
    Museum de Domijnen Hedendaagse Kunst, Sittard, NL

  • 2017

    Moving Running Turning Shifting
    Sindoh Art Space, Seoul, KR

  • 2017

    Notations
    Doosan Gallery, New York, US

  • 2017

    Score: Music for Everyone
    Daegu Art Museum, Daegu, KR

  • 2016

    1 2 3 4
    Doosan Gallery, Seoul, KR

Talks
Press
Publication
Credits
  • Concept, Direction

    Min Oh

  • Editing

    Min Oh

  • Location

    Filming Location

    Minha Yang studio, Paju

    Rehearsal Location

    Marc Oosting studio, Amsterdam;
    Stichting FLAT station, Amsterdam

  • Performance

    Choreography

    Akemi Nagao,
    Min Oh

    Performance

    Akemi Nagao

  • Photography

    Camera

    Min Oh

    Filming Assistant

    Huiae Kim,
    Young Q Sohn

    Light

    Min Oh

  • Post-Production

    Color

    Min Oh

  • Set

    Prop Design, Production

    Zero Lab

    Set Production

    Yongseok Yoon

  • Sound

    Sound Design, Recording, Editing, Mixing

    Chosun Hong

    Speaker Box Design

    Chosun Hong

  • Style

    Costume Design

    Ajo Studio

    Costume Design Assistance

    Heewon Yun

  • Time Structure

    Based on Rachmaninoff Piano Sonata No.2, the first movement, the second version (1931)

    Musical Analysis

    Min Oh

    Musical Analysis Advice

    Youngwoo Lee

  • With the support of Doosan Gallery, Seoul, KR; Stichting FLAT, Amsterdam, NL