Intangible Studio (founded in 2010 by James Tyson and Inza Lim) makes performances and other cultural works. Its first project was “Urban Moving Research or Theatre? – Let Us Move Your Sofa” (2010) by Creative Vaqi, an outdoor performance in the central public thoroughfare of Gwanghwamun in Seoul, Korea. Questioning the nature of public space, the performance won the Dong-A New Concept in Theatre award in 2010. Intangible Studio continues to explore the possibility of performance across different cultural frames, artistic forms and processes of translation. Its work is concerned with an actual, intellectual and emotional space in which people live across different political and social histories, and the consequent implications and possibilities for a contemporary practice.

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