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Conversations with Curators: Xiaojin Wu

Jul 21 2021

Seattle Art Museum


5 PM – 6 PM

Some/One: Do Ho Suh’s Dog-tag Sculpture

Xiaojin Wu / Curator of Japanese and Korean Art

Some/One, a larger-than-life sculpture by the Korean artist Do Ho Suh, debuted at the Seattle Asian Art Museum in February 2020 when the museum reopened after a transformative renovation. It is the anchor work in the inaugural exhibition Be/Longing: Contemporary Asian Art. This conversation will talk about why and how this “dog-tag” sculpture was created, and its significance in the artist’s career. A time-lapse video of its installation will offer a special behind-the-scenes look at its construction.

Enjoy this member-exclusive virtual talk from the comfort of your own home!

Image: Some/One, 2001, Do Ho Suh, stainless steel military dog-tags, nickel-plated copper sheets, steel structure, glass fiber reinforced resin, rubber sheets, diam. at base: 24 ft. 4 in.; height: 81 in., Gift of Barney A. Ebsworth, 2002.43 © Do Ho Suh, photo: Adam Hunter/LMN Architects.

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