Captain Buddha

Koh, Terence
Binding: Paperback
Language: English
Pages: 101
Measurements: 21.00 x 27.00 cm

In this concise and satisfying exhibition catalogue filled with works from 2008, essayist Martina Weinhart provides a description of the artist that bears repeating: “Terence Koh is a performer. Terence Koh is a Romantic artist. Terence Koh is a Surrealist, a Baroque artist who works with Minimalist means. A sculptural actor, a filming model, incredibly sensationalist and at the same time extremely sensitive–in short, a thoroughly contradictory phenomenon. If the impossible were possible–and why shouldn’t it be?–and Joseph Beuys and Andy Warhol had had a son together, then perhaps he would have been not unlike Terence Koh.” Sculptural works, collage-enhanced performance documents, video stills and installation shots are collected here alongside essays and a poetic narrative biography which begins, “the first light i saw was gentle and white / the first flower i felt was red and very bright…”

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