Category Archives: Terence Koh

Terence Koh Rides a Bike. Tim Barber.

GRANDLIFE: The Terence Koh x Opening Ceremony video was great. The music was perfect, it’s just like the music that plays when you open a jewelry box and a ballerina spins.

TIM BARBER: Yeah, it’s just like a music box. The story behind that is we met up with Terence at his apartment and he was busy when we got there, so we waited for him for about a half hour in this room and that song was playing on loop. It’s this big empty room that’s all black with nothing in it, no furniture and just these two amazing white cats walking around. I think he was just playing it for his cats. So that was in my head and we were like, “well, that’s obviously the song that we have to play for the video.” We couldn’t get the rights to that recording because it’s a really old song, a Chopin song, so we got my friend to re-record it and he was able to match the sound, that music box sound, which was really nice.

Dash Snow Memorial @ East River Amphitheater

There’ll be another Dash Snow [Sace / Sacer Irak] memorial service on Thursday, October 1 [3:30pm – 7:00pm] at East River Amphitheater on the East River, and his fans are welcome and invited to attend. This’ll be the second public service held for the Polaroid shooter and graffiti writer turned installation & collage artist.

Clout Graffiti Magazine

The East River Amphitheater is 3 blocks South of Houston, 2 blocks South of Williamsburg Bridge and Walking bridge at Cherry St. You can oogle Snow’s legacy artwork @,,,, and

Terence Koh Remembers Dash Snow

The Chinese-Canadian artist Terence Koh [asianpunkboy] is performing a four-hour nightly piece at the Whitworth Gallery in Manchester [England] as part of Marina Abramovic’s still-life showcase in Manchester Festival. In Koh’s art-installation, he lies on the floor in crushed pearls shirt and powered-covered face and feet. Kohn changed his accompany Nat King Cole’s Mona Lisa tune to Suicide’s Cheree honoring and in remembrance his best friend – Dash Snow – who died on Monday.

Marco Anelli

According to NYT’s The Moment, Koh’s email explains Cheree, stating that It is for one of my best friend’s Dash and that is our favorite song together and we used to dance to it together. The Manchester Festival ends on Sunday, July 19.
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