Me Gustas Tú, 2016Screened at
Ilmin Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea, 2019
Asia Culture Center, Gwangju, Korea, 2019
Obviously Video #8, Eulji Space, Seoul, Korea, 2018
Gender Hierarchy, Grey Projects, Singapore, 2018
Post-Cyber Feminist International, ICA, London, UK, 2017
BIM, Centro Cultural Recoleta, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2016
ASTERISCO, Casa Brandon, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2016
Me Gustas Tú, 2016, Single channel video (05’14''). Produced by TcoET.
‘TcoET’ Performance at ASTERISCO, Casa Brandon, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2016
Mixed experimental 3D stereo k-pop video about love, sexuality and war. A decommissioned Royal Navy submarine in a former British imperial dockyard becomes the main theatre for HornyHoneydew a cappella style singing. Filmed in location at Chatham Historic Dockyard, part of University of Kent’s School of Music and Fine Art, just before its final closure in 2018 due to financial austerity.
Selected for the Post-Cyber Feminist International week, this film proposes a new form of deploying k-pop towards queer aesthetics. K-pop beyond individualist/atomist/phallocentric metaphysics and before the migration to full cyberfeminist telepathy. Art as a collaborative as a form of thinking and imagining music scripts for a posthumani form - a form of human thought acquiring nonhuman perspectives and speculative thought based on a critical indeterminacy of the world.
Performed by HornyHoneydew
Co-directed by Dew Kim and Luciano Zubillaga