Articles by: Christian Caiconte

Author Biography:

Christian Caiconte teaches political economy at the University of Sydney, where he graduated with a PhD on the social and cultural constitution of Korea’s developmental era (1960s–1980s). His research currently focuses on new forms of labour and subjectivity in East Asia, with a particular focus on Korea.

Rubbing/Loving: Do Ho Suh at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia

Suh invite us to rethink the relationship between structure and agency, and in a novel way that neither romanticises the disadvantaged position of the subjects of capitalism nor absolutises the structure that these same subjects have constituted.