Haegue Yang (born December 12, 1971), is a South Korean artist who lives and works in Berlin and Seoul. Yang’s work is all about hybrid combinations that challenge different notions such as crafts vs. modernity, real vs. supernatural, geometric vs. organic. For example, she uses typical household objects and everyday materials such as Venetian blinds and straw and transforms them in interesting ways, drawing her inspiration from cultural references linked to political and social phenomena.

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