b. 1971, South Korea

Haegue Yang Ocula Magazine

Haegue Yang Ocula Conversation Haegue Yang By Katie Fallen, Hong Kong

I'm not sharing what I know; I rather attempt to share what I don't know.

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Aaron Seeto Ocula Conversation Aaron Seeto By Rachael Vance, Brisbane, Australia

I look forward to adding to the depth of conversations about Asian and Pacific art—to look at new artists and practices emerging in the region, whilst reinforcing QAGOMA’s global leadership in the field.

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Eungie Joo Ocula Conversation Eungie Joo By Stephanie Bailey, Sharjah

You have to start with sharing knowledge. Part of how we get to the same page is to share information with each other and enlighten each other with our own insights and perspectives.

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Haegue Yang Ocula Conversation Haegue Yang By Anna Dickie

It is exciting and terrifying, since whatever I attempt to delve into, requires a visual response through materials, method and the creation of a new way of perception.

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Haegue Yang Ocula Conversation Haegue Yang By Anna Dickie

I am interested in examining the figures and events that seem significant to comprehend the elusive aspects of the colonial circumstances in which we are living today.

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Savita Apte Ocula Conversation Savita Apte By Anna Dickie, Hong Kong

What we wanted to do is bring everyone together, and for everyone to ‘sing from the same song sheet’

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Alexie Glass-Kantor Ocula Conversation Alexie Glass-Kantor By Anna Dickie, Sydney

I am interested in working with artists whose practices wouldn't usually be seen in dialogue with one another

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Korea’s Demilitarised Zone Hosts Major Exhibition Ocula News Korea’s Demilitarised Zone Hosts Major Exhibition Seoul, 11 October 2021

Works by over 30 artists including Haegue Yang, Francis Alÿs, and Nam June Paik are now showing in a guard post, two train stations, and a dedicated cultural centre.

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Zona Maco Art Week: Shows to See in 2021 Ocula Feature Zona Maco Art Week: Shows to See in 2021 By Tessa Moldan, Mexico City

Running between 27 April and 2 May 2021, Zona Maco Art week brings together a programme of exhibitions across Mexico City.

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NTU Auctioning Works by Entang Wiharso, Heman Chong and More Ocula News NTU Auctioning Works by Entang Wiharso, Heman Chong and More Singapore, 19 August 2020

The online auction aims to raise funds for the struggling art centre, which is ending its exhibition and residency programmes.

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Paris Gallery Weekend: Exhibitions to See in 2020 Ocula Feature Paris Gallery Weekend: Exhibitions to See in 2020 By Tessa Moldan, Paris

Ocula presents a selection of exhibitions to catch during the 7th edition of Paris Gallery Weekend.

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Armory Week Lowdown: Art Shows to See in 2020 Ocula Feature Armory Week Lowdown: Art Shows to See in 2020 By Casey Carsel, New York

The Armory Show returns with a flourishing programme, complemented by stand-out shows across Ne.

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MoMA Expansion: Once the Modern, Always the Modern Ocula Feature MoMA Expansion: Once the Modern, Always the Modern By Mohammad Salemy, New York

Mohammad Salemy reports on art historical and political redress within The Museum of ModernArt's permanent collection after the museum's recent expansion.

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Liverpool Biennial 2018: How to Make a Beautiful World Ocula Feature Liverpool Biennial 2018: How to Make a Beautiful World By Eleanor Wiseman, Liverpool

As always, Liverpool's complicated ancestry as a dockside city that rose out of Britain's Imperial boom, is central to the exhibition's investigation overall.

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City Report: Berlin Ocula Feature City Report: Berlin By Rachael Vance, Berlin

Berlin-based Ocula contributor Rachael Vance selects her top five institutional shows currently on display in Germany's capital. KW Institute for Contemporary Art Willem de Rooij, Whiteout /

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A Report from Gallery Weekend Berlin Ocula Feature A Report from Gallery Weekend Berlin By Rachael Vance, Berlin

With forty-seven galleries in the official programme hosting new exhibitions, this year’s offering proved May is a particularly good month for art in Berlin.

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Taipei Biennial: Planet Earth Defence Command Ocula Feature Taipei Biennial: Planet Earth Defence Command By Sam Gaskin, Taipei

Like the Earth itself, the debate about what to call the current geological epoch is getting heated. For 11,700 years, since the end of the last ice age, we’ve been living in the Holocene, the temperate climate in which human civilization has thrived. But Nobel Prize-winning chemist Paul Crutzen argues that now mankind has become the most...

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Ghosts, Spies And Grandmothers At Mediacity Seoul 2014 Ocula Feature Ghosts, Spies And Grandmothers At Mediacity Seoul 2014 By Jeesun Park, Seoul

Much has already been said about the fast-paced development and break-neck modernization of Asia but what has been largely forgotten in these breathless accounts is the importance of its history. In order to understand contemporary Asia one needs to look into the past, look more closely at its regional diversity and draw connections to local...

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Mediacity Seoul 2014: Ghosts, Spies, And Grandmothers Ocula Feature Mediacity Seoul 2014: Ghosts, Spies, And Grandmothers By Becca Voelcker, Seoul

Since its foundation in 2000, Seoul’s contemporary art biennial, Mediacity, aims to represent the city’s identity as a hub of media and technology. With an exhibition on three floors of Seoul Museum of Art, and a programme of screenings in the Korean Film Museum, Mediacity surveys the current climate in art production, shifting its...

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Synergetic Seoul: Movers In The Korean Art Scene Ocula Feature Synergetic Seoul: Movers In The Korean Art Scene By Ines Min, Seoul

It’s easy to list off the most influential gallerists in Seoul. Kukje, Arario, Hyundai, PKM, Pyo and Gana Art. But in recent years, a pivotal band of creative spaces have been taking the South Korean art scene in a different direction, headed by a new generation of artists and gallerists able to adapt to the post-recession economic...

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