Haegue Yang is known for genre-defying, multimedia installations that interweave a range of materials and methods, historical references and sensory experiences. Handles, Yang’s installation commissioned for MoMA’s Marron Atrium, features six sculptures activated daily, their dazzling geometries and play of light and sound creating a ritualized, complex environment with both personal and political resonance. Handles are points of attachment and material catalysts for movement and change. Yang’s installation considers this everyday interface between people and things.
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