Do Ho Suh is a Korean sculptor and installation artist. He also works across various media, paintings and film which explores the concept of space and home. Suh's work has a central focus on architecture, space, and identity. His early work blended into the gallery space and was barely discernible to the viewer as art. His most famous works are made of nylon or silk skillfully sewn into forms that represent spaces in Suh's life to scale. This Immigrating to the United States affected how Suh interpreted home and created an overarching theme in his works where he explores space and how we interact with it.
“I see life as a passageway, with no fixed beginning or destination,” says Suh. “We tend to focus on the destination all the time and forget about the in-between spaces. But without these mundane spaces that nobody really pays attention to, these grey areas, one cannot get from point a to point b.” - Do Ho Suh
The editorial publication is inspired by the in-between spaces and Do Ho Suh's installations. Mimicking his usage of color, attention to detail and structure, and transparent spaces.