The work of Terence Koh, born in China in 1980, includes drawings, installations, performances, sculptures and prints. He directs his interest to beauty and the overwhelming transcendence of emptiness, the interweaving of life and death as well as constellations of the darkside. His works, in which the boundaries of private and public space are renegotiated, are characterized by a precisely defined aesthetic that often appears baroque overloaded and minimalist at the same time. Existential considerations are further characteristics of his work, which calls into question the traditional understanding of the exhibition concept “White Cube”. In 2008, Porzellan Manufaktur Nymphenburg realized a series of chrysanthemums as commissioned work for him for the installation Snow White (Julia Stoschek Collection).