Terence Koh, Gone, yet still, Exhibition view, Secession 2005, Photo: Matthias Herrmann

Terence Koh

Gone, yet still

July 7 – September 4, 2005

In his work, Terence Koh mobilizes seduction, lust and desire. These moments exemplify a strategy that integrates a queer, polymorphously perverse approach into art production. The meaning produced by his objects is tightly interwoven with both private narration and a wide range of subcultural fields of association. Koh frequently employs trivial materials, which are then transformed in the artistic process and transposed into an almost classical aesthetic.


Terence Koh, born in 1977, lives and works in New York, Vancouver und Indonesia.