Commissioned especially for Bristol, internationally renowned artist Do Ho Suh’s New York City Apartment/Corridor/Bristol is an immersive installation that recreates a corridor from the artist’s own home, tailored from fabric. As a South Korean who has spent most of his adult life abroad, Do Ho Suh explores his personal sense of physical and cultural displacement through his work and is known for creating works that explore the issues of separation, migration, sense of loss and longing. Until 27 September.
Do Ho Suh, New York City Apartment/Corridor/Bristol, Bristol Museum & Art Gallery
Ivan Seal: In Here Stands It, Spike Island, Bristol
In his first large-scale solo exhibition in Britain, Ivan Seal presents a collection of paintings exploring his take on the still life genre. On view as part of In Here Stands It, until 9 December in Bristol.
Interview with Shortlisted Jarman Award Nominee, Laura Buckley
Laura Buckley expertly combines moving image, kinetics, sound, light, sculpture and digital print, to recontextualise the everyday. She uses scanned imagery to create projected videos that are combined with footage from her life.