The show that remains in my memory is Do Ho Suh show The Perfect Home II at the Brooklyn Museum. There was only one work of art which is a full-scale replica of his former apartment in New York. He recreated his studio apartment using translucent and different pastel shades of fabric such as pink, blue and green.
The Perfect Home II was disappointing even though I have loved his works for a long time. I believe that his works are effective when we look very closely and experience the ambiance of the space including the color, details, and texture. In Suh's work; the details are shocking. His art is like walking a fine line between the near perfect details of house equipments and the inevitable imperfections in the delicate sewing. However, in the display at the Brooklyn Museum, we had to look at a distance. The show feels like just getting information about him and the work by wall texts and Art 21 video, not experiencing his intention and the handicraft of the construction.