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Haegue Yang: Strange Attractors

Tate St Ives

24 Oct 2020 - 3 May 2021

For her largest show in the UK to date – titled ‘Strange Attractors’ after a mathematical concept relating to chaos theory –  the South Korean sculptor Haegue Yang has created an environment made out of industrial and craft objects. Free-standing architectural elements span the main galleries of Tate St Ives and incorporate geometric patterns from Filipino textiles; they are accompanied by collages and lacquer paintings. Find out more from the Tate’s website.

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The Intermediate – Tilted Bushy Lumpy Bumpy (2016), Haegue Yang.

The Intermediate – Tilted Bushy Lumpy Bumpy (2016), Haegue Yang. Photo: Studio Haegue Yang

Sonic Half Moon Type III – Large Light # 22 (2015), Haegue Yang. Photo: Florian Kleinefenn; courtesy the artist

Non-Indépliables, nues (2010/20), Haegue Yang.

Non-Indépliables, nues (2010/20), Haegue Yang. Photo: Nick Ash; courtesy the artist

Fluidity on Nonagonal Crystal Matrix – Trustworthy #400 (2020), Haegue Yang.

Fluidity on Nonagonal Crystal Matrix – Trustworthy #400 (2020), Haegue Yang. Photo: Nick Ash; courtesy of Galerie Chantal Crousel, Paris

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