Korean Artist Transforms Apartment Furniture Into Ghostly Sculptures
Nov 02, 2013 22:04
So this is what your furniture would look like if you had x-ray vision. Designed by Seoul-born, New York-based artist Do Ho Suh, these random furniture items were rendered using translucent polyester
fabric stretched taut over a frame. The melancholic blue hue of the material also makes these sculptures look almost as though they have a ghost-like presence. Spooky.
The spooky furniture will be displayed at Hong Kong's Lehmann Maupin on November 14, and will run through January 25.
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