Do Ho Suh - Victoria Miro


If Do Ho Suh's latest exhibition 'Passage/s' hasn't popped up at some point on your feed,
then really, where have you been?! It's a series of work exploring the home as a lived experience, the artist has created an ethereal fabric corridor in transitory spaces, modelled on sections of his apartments and studios from around the world.

Inspired by his transitory existence, he describes how he sees ‘life as a passageway, with no fixed beginning or destination’ and how we ‘tend to focus on the destination all the time and forget about the in-between spaces’.

With his signature colourful gauze, delicate detail and the different architectural styles it's a surreal experience. The contrasting connected spaces make you carefully observe and slow down. The level of detail in the embroided fixtures and fittings is incredible with locks, fire extinguisher, pipes and hinges. From a customer experience perspective it's something to note.

It's very tempting to touch but really, don't. You're not allowed. It's not to be missed and tomorrow is the last day.

1 February - 18 March 2017
victoria-miro.com
16 Wharf Road, London N1 7RW

 
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