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.
“The transfiguration of music from something only audible into something potentially visible, implies a possibility to make up for the blurred universal senses in contemporary music with the sense of sight. If the universal senses are supplemented, they might naturally improve their legibility. This is not the only reason why music’s visibility is intriguing to me; its visibility may work as the overarching source for studying the common language of the three fields of music, dance, and visual art and to usher sound, movement, and image into a primal state in which music, dance, and visual art are one and the same. When time encounters the body, it generates movement and space and leaves behind images and sound. Music, dance, and visual art employing time as their material can be closely bound up to a point where fundamental questions concerning these elements are raised.”
Artist talk with Seokmin Mun (musical composer) and Yeasul Shin (music critic)
Exhibition-related program of Invitee Attendee Absentee
Platform-L Contemporary Art Center, Seoul, KR
(Radio Interview) Thus I Have Heard by Won Il (KR), September 20, 10pm. Gugak FM Radio, Seoul, KR
(Review) Artist Review: Experiment by Min Oh on the Requirement to be Music (KR). Written by Yeasul Shin. Published by Monthly Art, February, Seoul, KR
Min Oh, Seokmin Mun: Absentee (2019)
Kevin Kirs Verstege
Kevin Kirs Verstege,
With the support of Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, Seoul Metropolitan Government, Seoul Foundation for Arts and Culture, Seoul, KR