September 2, 2006
“Born 1977 in Bejing, Terence Koh who grew up in Canada, employs a wide variety of materials in his works – simultaneously: a crystal chandelier, lollipops, vegetables, hair of every conceivable origin, perfectly intact and deliberately destroyed glass, gold, extremely valuable china, the plastic of consumer items and kitsch, a hawser found after midnight, urine, blood, toys and much more.” (PR Kunsthalle Zürich). For his installation at Kunsthalle Zurich he also uses Swiss chocolate and lots of white stuff. Impressions from the installation of the exhibition at Kunsthalle Zurich, Switzerland, August 21, 2006. A video of the opening of the exhibition can be found here.
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