The dreamlike architectural sculptures of Do Ho Suh re-create places he has lived, and in doing so explores the idea of home. Born in Korea, his work is about migration, displacement and the influence of environment on identity. Simple but profound, his work is provocative and moving as the viewer is led through his process to understand the concept of home. “A home is not only an architectural structure, but harbors immaterial memories. That’s why I chose thin, translucent fabrics.” As sheer layers interact, I am struck with the feeling that environment has a profound influence of how we see ourselves. The series evolved from Suh’s own story of leaving Korea to go to Providence, RI to attend The Rhode Island School of Design. He described…