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Exhibition

Onomatopee 157 / Cabinet project
Decoding (Dictatorial) Statues

Exhibition in October.
Exact exhibition dates to be announced and more information to follow. 

 

Decoding (Dictatorial) Statues, a project by Korean design-resercher Ted Hyunhak Yoon, is a collection of images and texts revolving around the different ways we can look at statues in public space. How can we decode statues and their gestural languages, their objecthood and materiality, their role as media icons and their voice in political debates?

Curator: Bernke Klein Zandvoort.


Publication

Decoding (Dictatorial) Statues
Onomatopee 157

Ted Hyunhak Yoon and Bernke Klein Zandvoort (Ed.)
2018


Price: € 0,00    In (Re)print


Decoding (Dictatorial) Statues is a collection of images and texts revolving around the different ways we can look at statues in public space. How can we decode statues in terms of their object hood and materiality, their role as media icons and their voice in political debates? 
Texts by (among others): Brian Dillon, Erika Doss, Leonor Faber-Jonker, Florian Göttke, Martijn Wallage.








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