Do Ho Suh is renowned Korean artist whose site-specific installations and meticulously crafted sculptures question boundaries of identity and conventional notions of scale and space in both its physical and metaphorical manifestation. His works have been presented in the world’s leading museums, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Whitney Museum of American Art at Philip Morris in New York, the Tate Modern in London, and Serpentine Gallery in London. His recent solo exhibitions and projects include The Perfect Home at 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa, Japan, Fallen Star in Stuart Collection, University of California, San Diego, and Home within Home at Leeum – Samsung Museum of Art, Seoul. Do Ho Suh lives and works in London, New York and Seoul.
What do you understand by good communication design?
Besides life in general, I’m inspired by architectural space, clothing and food – three essential elements of the human condition.
What inspires you?
Life in general is very inspiring. To be specific, I’m inspired by architectural space, clothing and food – three essential elements of the human condition.
What does the future of communication design look like?
It will engage with every element of the viewer’s sensory system through different media incorporating space, sound, movement, smell and taste, as well as atmospheric elements including light and air.