While viewing the photographic and filmic works by S’nim Oh, the question arises of whether it is possible to represent the self in a culture marked by migration, fragmentation, and hyrbridity. The self at disposition here is not the autobiographical self, which maneuvers between truth and fiction, author and subject, and is defined by a unified, hermetic, and therefore universalist set of regulations governing representation. S’nim Oh’s works show that the task of elaborating upon the depiction of the type of subject that has abandoned any sort of outdated, hollow notion of homogeneity is one of the challenges facing contemporary artists.
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22,00 × 28,00 cm
124 colored illustrations
Hardcover, bound, without dust jacket, without Schuber
Languages: German, English
by Annette Doms authors Annette Doms, Stephan Huber, and Daniela Zymann
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