Donghwan Ko

My work revolves heavily around understanding the dynamic nature of the spaces which we define as home. The space within the home is a temporary space that requires settlement and adaptation, ultimately becoming a cardinal site for our privacy and intimacy. It is, however, paradoxically complex, limited, temporary, divided, and empty. My practice explores the reasoning behind why we call a place ‘home’ and what conditions are required to encourage us to inhabit a given space.