Artist Do Ho Suh investigates architecture as both physical and psychological spaces. He has painstakingly documented the rooms where he has lived and worked—his childhood home in South Korea and apartments and studios in New York and London—to then recreate them as striking visual works of art.

In the large installation, the artist combines passages and corridors from the different homes he has lived in. In translucent textile structures, he gives form to experiences of mobility and change; crossing borders and moving between different mental spaces. A video installation leads us through an infinite corridor of shifting environments; another transports us vertically through a never ending building.

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Image: Barthélémy Toguo: Road to Exile. 2018. Created for and presented by the Parrish Art Museum, Watermill, NY exhibition Barthélémy Toguo: The Beauty of Our Voice. Photo: Jenny Gorm Courtesy of the artist, the Parrish Art Museum, and Galerie Lelong & Co.