INTERFERENCE | public performance by Jane Rhyu (Korea) and Boris Oicherman (Israel) , a set on Flickr.Via Flickr:
INTERFERENCE | public performance by Jane Rhyu (Korea) and Boris Oicherman (Israel)
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Boris Oicherman (Changdong Art Studio of the National Museum of Contemporary Art), Jane Rhyu and The Dong of Chang present to you INTERFERENCE.
Exit 1 of Suyu station (line 4), go straight for 5 minutes (15minutes if you have short legs like me), turn right on the canal/stream and go for another 5 minutes. The performance begins at a bridge with white railings and continues towards the small tiered dam.
Please come out for the performance then join us for a picnic in the canal. BYOM (Bring Your Own Makgeolli)!
“The fact is, wherever you, as a phenomenally conscious creature, cast your eye, ordinary things glow with bright colours and profound significance.
Borrowed phenomenality transforms the world onto an awesome place. How often have you stared into a flaming fire, listened to the hoot of an owl in a dark wood, dangled your feet in a cold stream, or watched the sun setting in a blaze of colour and been knocked back by the transcendent beauty of it? How often have you been captivated by by some gemlike detail of your environment that seems almost too right and too good to be true…?
…The impression you get that the qualities inhere in the things as such is, as we have seen, all part of the illusion. But even if you celebrate the things for being themselves, it will not escape you that it is a peculiarly generous kind of self-sufficiency, where things are self-sufficient in ways that are the very qualities you care about. The things are singing your song.
No wonder that people sometimes lose track of who is the object and who is the subject in this magical relationship.”
Nicholas Humphrey, “Soul Dust”