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Ocula ReportImagined Borders at the 12th Gwangju Biennale20 Sep 2018 : Tessa Moldan for Ocula{{document.location.href}}
'I have felt persecuted for weeks by this same asphyxiating dream'. So narrates the forlorn Portuguese speaker in Kiluanji Kia Henda's film, Concrete Affection – Zopo Lady (2014), as city scenes and modernist buildings in Luanda flit past the camera's lens. The narration is pulled from Another Day of Life (1971), Polish writer Ryszard Kapuscinski's...
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Ocula ConversationSuki Seokyeong Kang{{document.location.href}}
In June 2018, Suki Seokyeong Kang was awarded the Baloise Art Prize at Art Basel, alongside Lawrence Abu Hamdan: an annual award given to two emerging artists exhibited in the fair's Statements sector. Showing with One and J. Gallery, Kang presented an installation of abstract sculptures including GRANDMOTHER TOWER–tow #18-02 (2018), composed of...
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Ocula ReportShows During Frieze: London Lowdown20 Sep 2018 : Jareh Das for Ocula{{document.location.href}}
Located in Regent's Park, Frieze London has expanded to focus on historical works in recent years, with the introduction of Frieze Masters in 2012, further reinforcing London's position as a leading art destination, and Frieze as one of the world's leading art fairs. Beyond this year's edition (4–7 October 2018), a range of unmissable exhibitions...
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Susan Cohn (born Sydney 1952) makes jewellery and tableware. Since 1980, she has been working from a studio in Melbourne — Workshop 3000 — where she has produced a large body of work that engages with contemporary life. In Cohn’s hands, craft is made modern with the infusion of technology. Some of the most persistent influences on Cohn’s work are new technologies, especially electronic, digital and medical; the rituals and emblems of street and youth culture, as well as futuristic visions of cyberspace.

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