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Obang is a performative installation space designed for babies aged 6 to 18 months along with their care-givers, and is inspired by the traditional Korean concept of Obang. In this work, Obang refers to five primary colours and explores the spatial meaning of home.

You are invited to a Korean grandmother’s home for a meal. Together you will experience her daily life, including cooking, singing, washing and story-telling. Obang is a joyful and interactive experience featuring puppetry, story and free-play in an immersive environment.

This project was seeded by City of Melbourne through ArtPlay’s New Ideas Lab.

Image by: Sarah Walker

Present at

Art Play, City of Melbourne February 2020

AsiaTopa February 2020

Salamanca Arts Centre, TAS March 2020 (Canceled by Corona virus)


Artist: YeeWen Soo, Youbi Lee
Costume Maker: EunSook Han
Lighting Designer: Bronwyn Pringle
Stage Manager: Hannah Murphy
Mentor: Sarah Lockwood ,Liz Francis
Sound artists: Dale Gorfinkel, Sol Lee
Special thanks- Dara & her family, Gabriela Arenas, Margaret Mayhew,  Mahla Karimiyan, Meg Collis, double Tims and Miro
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