Terence Koh (born 1977 in Beijing, China) is a Canadian artist who has also worked under the alias «asianpunkboy». The artist’s work spans a range of media, including drawing, sculpture, video, performance, and the internet.Originally working under the alias asianpunkboy, Koh designed zines and custom-made books.
Terence Koh rapidly gained notoriety in the art world following his installation at Art Basel in … Read more Terence Koh rapidly gained notoriety in the art world following his installation at Art Basel in 2007, which featured clumps of the artist’s own excrement covered in gold leaf.
Performance artist Terence Koh attracts the press once again. In his exhibition nothingtoodoo at the legendary Mary Boone Gallery in New York, Koh has taken a vow of silence and slowly circles a
God (2007). View of the performance at de Pury & Luxembourg, Zurich. Courtesy Peres Projects, Berlin. Koh’s work stems from the formation of a character that
Jun 29, 2010 · A few weeks ago I went to see a Terence Koh performance at UCCA. I’m not a big fan of art performances, I don’t know why but I always have a bad time watching them, I can’t help feeling kind of embarrassed for the artist or the people in the performance… also some times I …
Terence Koh Show – 88 Pearls. The 88 Pearls outfit was created by the Haus of Gaga and Terence Koh.The outfit inspiration comes from Koh’s piece, the «Boy By The Sea.» The outfit consists of a white hat, jacket, bra, underwear and boots.
Mar 11, 2011 · Terence Koh is an artist of many moods, most of them flamboyant or aggressive. He began his career with a Web site and zine, asianpunkboy.com, and …
Terence Koh burns sweetgrass at the McMichael Canadian Art Collection on June 7 as part of his performance a way to the light, in which a tree is planted for Emily Carr. Photo: Luminato Festival. Photo: Luminato Festival.
Koh specifically asked that we urgently share his message, suggesting that the «more people [who] catch the opening moment of the throw of the performance the ripples might be stronger.»
Apr 22, 2011 · HLAA went to see bad boy Chinese artist, Terence Koh perform «nothingtoodoo» at Mary Boone Gallery. He crawled on his knees around an 8′ mound of solar salt for 8 hours for 4 weeks.
Author: Heidi Lee Komaromi
Jun 19, 2010 · More pictures and info about the performance in my blog: http://mybeijing.wordpress.com/2010/0