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‘How things genuinely speak and sing...’

Onomatopee 68

A trained pianist and graphic designer, Min Oh first of all calls herself a storyteller. Spoken language and linguistics are her tools, video and sound, paper and books her media. In her seemingly naïve narrations, Min Oh gives voice to inanimate objects, which become actors pretending to be human. When turning people - including herself - into objects and by animating things to get human-like characteristics, she navigates through higher and lower art, touching on performance art, video and design.

Publication

Silke Opitz i.c.w. Ellen Zoete, 2011

‘How things genuinely speak and sing...’

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Type
(maga)zine
Dimensions
196 x 278 mm / 7.71 x 10.94 inch Portrait
Pages
32 pages
ISBN
978-90-78454-68-7
Editor
Silke Opitz i.c.w. Ellen Zoete
Author
Silke Opitz, Felicity Hogan, Ellen Zoete
Graphic
Tomas Celizna
Artist
Min Oh
Language
English
Binding
stapled
Paper
Chromolux 700 90 grs. (cover) Munken print white 80 grs. (inside pages)
Color
Cover: 3/1 front pms 355 + pms 872 + pms 072. Inside: 8 pages 1/1 pms 072 / pms 814, 8 pages 1/1 pms 072 / pms 355, 8 pages 1/1 pms 072 / pms 072, 8 pages 1/1 pms 072 / pms 872
Printer
De Raddraaier, Amsterdam (NL)
Translator
Robert Brambeer (German-Engl, Opitz); Jonathan Vogelbusch (Engl-Deutsch, Hogan)
Curator
Silke Opitz i.c.w. Ellen Zoete
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THE PEOPLE WHO’VE WORKED ON THIS PROJECT

  • Min Oh artist website
  • Tomáš Celizna graphic designer website
  • Silke Opitz curator, editor website
  • Ellen Zoete curator, editor
  • Felicity Hogan critic
  • Kunsthalle Erfurt partner organisation
  • Kulturstiftung des Freistaats Thüringen public fund
  • Maartje van der Schoot intern