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'Bridging Home, London', 2018 by Do Ho Suh is an ambitious commission, a UK premiere, installed on the footbridge over Wormwood Street – one of the busiest roads in the City of London, near Liverpool Street.
'Bridging Home' is a series that Suh has been conceptualising over the last decade. The piece is a replica of the traditional Hanok-style Korean house adorned with a bamboo garden, that appears to have ‘fallen’ onto the bridge at an angle. Upon the invitation to respond to the migrant history of the East End and the City of London, Suh has conceptualised the first physical realisation of the 'Bridging Home' series, drawing parallels with his work and the impact of migration on individual stories, contrasting with the glass and steel architecture of the City of London.
Bridging Home, London
steel, plywood, softwood, PVC & paint finishes
on loan to Sculpture in the City, 9th Edition, 2019–2020
Unlimited Productions Ltd (Art Night 2017)
Sculpture in the City
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