Heterophony of Heterochrony has become a part of the collections of the MMCA (National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea).
Three new books in the Music Scores series – #3 Ritornello, #4 Melody Surplus, and #5 Motif – have been published.
“Audience and Performers observes two individual performances whose cause and effect are intertwined. The preliminary score of Audience gave rise to the score of Performers. Performing Performers works as a practical score for Audience. There are five characters in Audience, who look like an audience, but who are, in fact, performers rehearsing through a reading and learning of Performers, as if it is their score. Although I said just now that they are not an audience, they are, in fact, an audience of Performers. On the other hand, there are five other counterpart characters in Performers (a dancer, a video installation on a stage, sound, a choreographer, and a camera person) who are positioned inside (the dancer, the video installation, and the sound) and outside (the choreographer and the camera person) of the stage; and who are either part of the finished outcome (the dancer, the video installation, and the sound) or part of the process (the choreographer who is still choreographing and the camera person who is recording the performance), coexisting in the same space and time. The camera person in Performers is recording Audience, which is either being rehearsed, or is an observation of Performers.”
(screening) Focus On #3 Min Oh
Total Museum, Seoul, KR
2018 Title Match: Hyungkoo Lee vs Min Oh
(SeMA) Buk-Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul, KR
Moving / Image
Curated by Haeju Kim. Arko Art Center, Seoul, KR
Moving Running Turning Shifting
Sindoh Art Space, Seoul, KR
(Exhibition Publication) Towards the Perfection of the Unrehearsable, and Towards the Rehearsal of the Imperfectible (EN). Written by Haejin Pahng Published in 2018 Title Match: Hyungkoo Lee vs Min Oh by (SeMA) Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul, KR
Doosan Gallery Residency, New York