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21 Objects for Hesitation and Reimagining their Many Selves

Helen Cho
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Edited by Renske Janssen, designed by Gabriela Baka. Edition of 400, staple-bound, black & white and color throughout.

Helen Cho’s monograph is titled after her performance “21 Objects for Hesitation and Reimagining Their Many Selves” that explores the materiality of ceramic and poignancy of their dissemination. In this publication, curators Kitty Scott and Renske Janssen reflect on her new body of works and their larger narratives and the way the artist translates them into poetic, seemingly mundane artifacts, films and performances.

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