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Sheer will: Artist Do-Ho Suh's ghostly fabric sculptures explore the meaning of home | Art | Wallpaper* Magazine

Sheer will: Artist Do-Ho Suh's ghostly fabric sculptures explore the meaning of home | Art | Wallpaper* Magazine

Do Ho Soh art installation; Transparent polyester fabric over wire frame; fabric structure.

Do Ho Soh art installation; Transparent polyester fabric over wire frame; fabric structure.

household objects have been made to look like blue prints by sculpter do ho suh using polyester fabric

household objects have been made to look like blue prints by sculpter do ho suh using polyester fabric

Do Ho Soh art installation; Silk Houses; Transparent polyester fabric over wire frame; fabric structure.

Do Ho Soh art installation; Silk Houses; Transparent polyester fabric over wire frame; fabric structure.

household objects have been made to look like blue prints by sculpter do ho suh using polyester fabric

household objects have been made to look like blue prints by sculpter do ho suh using polyester fabric

Do Ho Suh, Perfect Home | http://www.yellowtrace.com.au/2013/10/30/do-ho-suh-polyester-sculptures/

Do Ho Suh, Perfect Home | http://www.yellowtrace.com.au/2013/10/30/do-ho-suh-polyester-sculptures/

Do Ho Suh: Passage/s at Victoria Miro Do Ho Suh’s first exhibition with Victoria Miro features new fabric sculptures conceived especially for the galleries, including a walk-through configuration of Hubs, and a range of his works on paper. Exhibited for the first time are works created by a new process in which Suh’s signature architectural pieces are compressed into two-dimensional ‘drawings’.

Do Ho Suh: Passage/s at Victoria Miro Do Ho Suh’s first exhibition with Victoria Miro features new fabric sculptures conceived especially for the galleries, including a walk-through configuration of Hubs, and a range of his works on paper. Exhibited for the first time are works created by a new process in which Suh’s signature architectural pieces are compressed into two-dimensional ‘drawings’.