Nevet Yitzhak creates multi-media installations that absorb viewers in the construction of new narratives. She draws on found imagery and reconstructed archival materials, often looking closely at artifacts such as ceremonial items, musical instruments, and rugs, which become morphing, animated elements. Her works challenge perceptions of the past and raise questions about history, conflict, and collective memory.
This exhibition surveys recent work by internationally-renowned artist Do Ho Suh. Suh creates architecturally scaled, fabric installations informed by his personal experiences, that recreate specific domestic spaces where he has lived, including his childhood home (a traditional hanok-style Korean house), a house in Rhode Island where he lived as a student, and his apartment in New York.
This sound installation can be experienced in the interior yellow staircase of MOCA Cleveland.