The Korean artist Do Ho Suh creates his largest installation of silk-made homes. This piece titled ‘Home Within Home Within Home Within Home Within Home’ is an inception of silk forming three-dimensional transparent homes. These structures are crafted with very long and thin silk drapes that resemble an illustrated blueprint.
This installation is also very large, allowing visitors to physically walk in and explore each home. It will be exhibited in Seoul’s National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art during May 2014. This modern structure portrays a fascinating walk through the streets of Rhode Island that will shock and engage new viewers. With the stunning transparency, this silk-made home monument defines endless boundaries in modern art. It’s the illusion of ‘homes within homes’ that will excite and inspire many artists.
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Homes Made Of Silk By Do Ho Suh Form a Transparent Inception
- By: Michael NietoNov 19, 2013