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
Review of Cevdet Erek: Alt: Üst, Spike Island, Bristol
Cevdet Erek’s Alt: Üst at Bristol’s Spike Island initially subscribes to the linear reading of time, but on making the clockwise journey around the show, each of the aforementioned perceptions of time is in some way evident.
Katie Paterson and Zeller & Moye, Hollow, Bristol
A new public artwork has taken residence in Bristol. Produced by Situations and commissioned by University of Bristol, Hollow invites viewers to see the history of our planet through a microcosm of each of its forests.