This monograph documents Korean artist Ham Yangah's works from multiple disciplines, including her installation works Nonsense Factory (2010) and Pole installation as individuals in society (2007), the chocolate sculpture Chocolate Head (2007) and performance video Adjective Life - Out of Frame (2007), plus examples from her significant bodies of video works - such as Dream... in Life (2003-04), Transit Life (2005), 10 to 3 (2005), Illusions of Memory (2005), Tourism in Communism (2005), and Land, Home, City (2006), to name but a few. Includes essays, interview and artist biography.
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Onsite

Location code MON.HYA
Language

English, 

Korean

Publication/Creation date

2011

No of pages

205

ISBN / ISSN

9788993535129

No of copies

1

Content type

artist monograph

Chapter headings
Adjective: A Subtle Morpheme of Life, Non/ Sense Script - KANG Sumi, 강수미
Kill Your Idols - Massimiliano GIONI
Interview: Sunjung Kim/ Yang Ah Ham
The Place of Yang Ah Ham - A Video Artist in a Highly Realistic Society - KANG Sumi, 강수미
Ham Yang Ah
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Ham Yang Ah