Sewn Fabrics Imitate Real-Life Items

Do Ho Suh creates renditions of his past homes growing up throughout the years using sewn polyester. The Korean artist, whose fabric sculptures of true-to-size replicas of furniture, appliances, and ultimately spaces he lived in, first makes a blueprint of each item which, ironically enough, ends up looking like a 3d rendition of a blueprint when finished. The sheer sculptures are absolutely mesmerizing and shows Suh’s precise attention to detail as the inner workings of each item from the toilet to the refrigerator are exposed through the transparent fabric.

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