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Do Ho Shu and his little house "Falling Star", between the sky and the ground

Korean artist Do ho suh He has decorated his new house himself. The controversial artist is considered itinerant, since he lives alternating his family life in Seoul with his working life in New York. The migration It is part of his life and his work at the spatial and psychological level and it is possible that this has inspired him in his new work.

Known for his intricate sculptures Challenging the conventional notions of scale and site specificity, Suh's work draws attention to the ways that viewers occupy and inhabit public space.

"Falling Star" it is an installation that leaves a house swaying on the edge of a roof of a seven-story building in UC San Diego Campus. Making it appear that the house has fallen directly from the sky, the installation can be seen from the street, from the attic of the building enjoying a beautiful garden and admiring the landscape of San Diego or even entering.

Interested in malleability of space both in its physical and metaphorical manifestations, Do Ho Suh builds specific facilities of sites that question identity boundaries. His work explores the relationship between individuality, collectivity, and anonymity.

Represented by the Lehmann Maupin Gallery , the artist has work in the Guggenheim Museum, Museum of Modern Art, Whitney Museum of American Art and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles. The entire work of So Ho Shu is impressive and spectacularly detailed. What do you think?

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