Do Ho Suh, ‘Doorknob/Bathroom’, 2003, SculptureCenter
Do Ho Suh, ‘Doorknob/Bathroom’, 2003, SculptureCenter

Korea’s representative for the 2013 Venice Biennale, Do Ho Suh explores the relationship between individuality, collectivity, and anonymity in his work. This work is currently on display at The Apartment by The Line in New York City to benefit SculptureCenter’s programming.

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About Do Ho Suh

Do Ho Suh is renowned for his site-specific installations that manipulate scale to emphasize the malleability of space and examine the issues of cultural identity and anonymity. Suh’s training in traditional Oriental painting and his mandatory service in the South Korean military have significantly influenced his work. In his 2003 work Some/One, for example, thousands of military dog tags are amassed in an interlocking pattern to form the larger silhouette of a traditional Korean robe, illustrating the way individuals are used as building blocks to shape a collective whole.

Korean, b. 1962, Seoul, South Korea