Sui Park( behance / pinterest ) was born in Seoul, Korea and came to the U.S in 2006. Currently, Sui Park works as an artist and an Interior architect in Brooklyn, NY and participates Recent Graduate Residency Program at Brooklyn Art Space.
HER CONTOUR - Made of about 15,000 plastic cable zip ties
SUITABLE II - Size: 34 in X 34 in x 15 in (h) 10000 cable zip ties
SUITABLE - The ‘SuiTable’ features a sustainable organic and dynamic form. I applied traditional basketry patterns and technique (Twining Basketry) as units or modules to systematically construct the form.
Soviet Russian textiles from the 1920s depicting industry through patterns that incorporate literal daily activities or objects from life. Images of people picking cotton, factories, lightbulbs shining and farming activities are aplenty.
"I don’t really get homesick, but I’ve noticed that I have this longing for this particular space, and I want to recreate that space or bring that space wherever I go. …I didn’t want to sit down and cry for home. I wanted to more actively deal with these issues of longing." —Do-Ho Suh
In a 2002 interview from the Art21 archives, artist Do-Ho Suh discusses his 1999 work, Seoul Home/L.A. Home/New York Home/Baltimore Home/London Home/Seattle Home—a replica of his parents’ house in Seoul, Korea, made entirely out of fabric.