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Bin Koh – Portrait I, Portrait II, Portrait III (2022)

Bin Koh’s work explores the ways in which technological development renders the human body and its voice invisible under patriarchal systems of representation. Her research and practice illustrates fictional narratives of bodies and voices that provide hospitality and care services. These can be embodied in many different forms—either human or non-human, such as virtual voice assistants. She focuses on their performative quality that becomes a tool to objectify and feminise affection. The artist often employs food as a medium to visualise the blurry line between care and threat, safety and fear, prompting questions around care services and hospitality.

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Bin Koh – Carefully Careless (2019)

Background
Bin Koh (1990) is a visual artist based in Amsterdam. She graduated in 2018 from the Sandberg Instituut with an MA in Fine Art and Design, and her work has been shown in galleries in Venice, Italy; Porto, Portugal and Seoul, South Korea. She has exhibited at Het Nieuwe Instituut, Rotterdam, and Framer Framed, Amsterdam.

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    Wiping Shadows (2021)

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    Dividual Tensifier (2018)

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