Ob/Scene Festival 2022
  • 2022.10.30 - 11.20

Ob/Scene Festival makes scenes out of the scene.

Ob/Scene Festival is an international contemporary art festival that takes place all across Seoul in autumn every year. Ob/Scene Festival questions the role of art in today’s society. In times when the changes art once promised seem ever more distant, the festival persists to ask what it is that art can do nonetheless. Ob/Scene Festival is an arena for artists who stubbornly raise their voices undeterred by political pressure, economic logic, and aesthetic convention, thereby leading us to a new vision.

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