A Conversation with Adrian Notz

It is the morning of  June 16, a rainy, grey Bloomsday, the day that commemorates Irish writer James Joyce’s epic modernist masterpiece, Ulysses. On a quiet, cobbled backstreet in Zurich, stands Cabaret Voltaire. A yellow-painted unadorned building, this is the birthplace of Dada where in 1916 Tristan Tzara, Marcel Janco, Hugo Ball, Hans Arp, Sophie Taueber…

A conversation with Kyungah Ham

Published on ocula.com,  28 July 2016 ‘You don’t have to paint a fist to challenge authority; it is only natural that the mode of fighting was to devote oneself to the abstract, to deny the unreal reality.’ – Lee Ufan At first glance, Kyungah Ham’s embroidered canvases are beautifully seductive. From afar the works seem to be…