Sae Oh






Sae Oh is an interdisciplinary artist / designer from Seoul, South Korea, who mainly uses scripting and videography.

She makes interactive sculpture, installation, video, writing, and performance. 

Her interests include text, translation, nonlinear temporality, reconstructive memory, non-music musicality, and glitch as identity.

She has a BA in Theatre & Film Design, and she is currently studying in the Digital + Media MFA program at RISD.



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CV


are.na/sae-oh
soh13@risd.edu
@ohooviii


Sae Oh



Sae Oh is an interdisciplinary artist / designer from Seoul, South Korea, who mainly uses scripting and videography.

She makes interactive sculpture, installation, video, writing, and performance.

Her interests include text, translation, nonlinear temporality, reconstructive memory, non-music musicality, and glitch as identity.

She has a BA in Theatre & Film Design, and she is currently studying in the Digital + Media MFA program at RISD.


CV



are.na/sae-oh
soh13@risd.edu
@ohooviii



Chada

2021

I did the experimental performance with the participants for two days. The participants and I were seated back to back, facing the speaker, which plays each other’s voice after 10 seconds of delay. The participants and I recited a poem, “Between Autumn Equinox and Winter Solstice, Today” written by Emily Jungmin Yoon, Korea-born American poet. The poem was initially written in English and translated into Korean. I read the Korean version, and the participants read the English version.
This piece is an experiment of capturing uncapturable by delay, delayed sensation in relation to translation and conversation.

Participatory performance using
Two microphones
Two speakers responding to
TouchDesigner system