Ted Oonk
iMOCA at The Murphy
August 2 - September 21, 2013

Curated by Karla D. Romero

Ted Oonk’s work expands on the culture of societal constraints, such as what is normal vs. abnormal and the categorization and power of stigmatization. She explores these concepts in her piece, This is not about you #2, part of an ongoing project that started in 2005 with a similar name, This is not about you.

In this piece, Ted projects a moving image of her sister, Pim, who has Down syndrome. Here, the viewer is directly exposed to a simplified moving image and what the artist calls, easy to understand metaphors.
Oonk is a Thailand-born, Dutch female artist based in Belgium.

All our programs and exhibitions are made possible with support from The Allen Whitehill Clowes Charitable Foundation, The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts (Wynn Kramarsky Freedom of Artistic Expression Grant), The Efroymson Family Fund, Deer Zink Foundation, Halstead Architects, KEJ Foundation, the Indianapolis Foundation, The Tracy Haddad Foundation, The Netherleigh Fund, the Arts Council of Indianapolis, the Murphy Arts L.L.C., Penrod Foundation, and Big Car Art + Design.


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