Artist Do Ho Suh’s newest installation represents the last two places that he lived in a 1:1 replica, building one home inside of the other.

Korean sculpture and installation artist Do Ho Suh recreated two of his previous homes to scale using a polyester organza-like fabric that resulted in eerie blueprint sculptures.

Entitled, ‘Home Within Home Within Home Within Home Within Home’, the sculptures are on display at Seoul’s National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art. As the title suggests one home is encased inside the other, with Suh’s first American apartment building holding his childhood home in Korea within it. Suh says:

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