Exhibitions of Ge-Suk Yeo's artworks
11.-31.05.2009: Notations 21 - exhibiton of graphical notations in the Hutchins Gallery New York
04.10. - 01.11.2008: Exihibition at Chelsea Art Museum New York. The exhibition includes the debut of a film by Carlos Friere, featuring interview material with such groundbreaking composers as John Cage, Earle Brown, Robert Ashley, Karlheinz Stockhausen, James Tenney, and a new, exclusive interview with Ge-Suk Yeo.
02.03. - 25.03.2007: The Sungkok Art Museum in Seoul presents 10 artists with backgrounds in different music, architecture, film and others. Ge-Suk Yeo presents 12 of her sounding pictures as well as her video installation 'The Talking Wall'
04.12. - 09.12.2004: Exhibition of some sound calligraphies of Ge-Suk Yeo as part of 'Homunkulus - Die Erzeugung' im Künstlerhaus Bergedorf, Hamburg
23.10.2004: The Talking Wall' by Ge-Suk Yeo at the »MORPHONIC.LAB III«. Organized by Künstlerbund Dresden
10.09. - 30.09.2004: '14th International Sculpture Biennial - Poznan 2004' 'Space of Intuition' - Ge-Suk Yeo presents her project 'The talking wall'.
02. - 03.2004: 'Talking to the wall' - 12 artists present their works at the Korean Culture & Art Foundation; with Ge-Suk Yeo's sounding pictures; opening Feb. 10th, daily open up to March 11th, Seoul, Korea
07.08 - 16.09. 2003: A selection of 55 of Ge-Suk Yeo's sound notations and sound calligraphies at SeoHo Museum of Art, Nam-Yang, Süd-Korea
29.09 - 05.10. 2003: Sounding pictures of Ge-Suk Yeo, part of her sound notations and sound calligraphies at Gallery Seoho in Insa-Dong Seoul, Korea
Graphical Notations of Ge-Suk Yeo gets part of the Notations 21 project.
"Notations 21 is a modern compendium and anthology, deriving
its inspiration from Cage's seminal work. Thousands of new composers
are creating scores, the likes of which Cage could have never anticipated,
that are graphic in nature, liberated from the traditional staff, and rival the
best visual art in their aesthetic value. The modern music world did not
cease its innovations in the 1960's. It will profile the work of 150+
composers from around the world, each one using a unique or
graphical notation style."
Theresa Sauer, Musicologist, Author
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