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Site-Specific Installations by Do Ho Suh Challenge the use of Space

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The massive installations and sculptures by South Korean artist, Do Ho Suh examine society’s fascination and obsession with individuality, and draw focus to the anonymity in everyone. Suh, who draws inspiration from his mandatory service in the South Korean Military, challenges the use of space in his site-specific installations that investigate the boundaries of identity. The artist hopes to communicate that the individual represents the whole. See select installations by Do Ho Suh below.

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