Kapturing Konstructed K-Pop
Isa Ho, Artist-photographer
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South Korea’s soft power comes from its exporting of its TV-soaps, costume-dramas and of course kookie-kutter K-pop kuties. In images the artist--from Taiwan who spent an art residency in KL-- tells the story of transformation and the presentation of the ideal perfection. Isa Ho details her project Mr Peony Pavilion in which she investigates the Asian obsession with K-pop.
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Tags: k-pop, pop culture, traditional dance, exhibition, malaysian traditional dance, south east asia, identity, photography