Do Ho Suh: The Spaces in Between

Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University

In this exhibition, artist Do Ho Suh uses a chandelier, wallpaper, and a decorative screen to focus attention on issues of migration and transnational identity. Using repetition, uniformity, and shifts in scale, Suh questions cultural and aesthetic differences between his native Korea and his adopted homes in the United States and Europe.

This is what SF/Arts curator Christian L. Frock had to say about Do Ho Suh: The Spaces in Between :

Korean artist Do Ho Suh considers critical perspectives on migration and transnational identity in this multi-disciplinary exhibition predicated on a chandelier, wallpaper and a decorative screen. Each of the three works in the show date between 2000 and 2007, both ahead of the curve in grasping the global migration crisis and yet, right on time for the current political climate.

Event Info
Ends in 9 days:
May 10 → Feb 25
Wed-Mon: 11-5, Thurs: 11-8. Closed Tuesdays
Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University
328 Lomita Drive and Museum Way, Stanford
Info: 650-723-4177
Venue: 650/723-4177
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