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Overcoming Conflict. War & Peace Fighting & Calm Stress & Relaxation Problems & Solutions. What is conflict? What does conflict look like and feel like in your life?. How have artists approached conflict themes in their art?. Do Ho Suh. Sine/One 2001 Thousands of military dog tags.

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Overcoming conflict

Overcoming Conflict

War & Peace

Fighting & Calm

Stress & Relaxation

Problems & Solutions


What is conflict what does conflict look like and feel like in your life
What is conflict? What does conflict look like and feel like in your life?



Sine/One 2001 Thousands of military dog tags.

He wants the dog tags to symbolize each individual’s identity, all combined to create one larger- than life figure.

  • Do Ho Suh:

  • Korean artist

  • Born in 1962

  • Works in NY and London

  • Struggled with his identity after moving from Korea to the USAto further his career in art.


He likes to explore the idea of size and the symbols that objects can have. He questions the identity of people working together and working as individuals.


40,000 dog tags used in this piece. When a soldier passes away the family is given their dog tags so in a way, this robe symbolizes the many soldiers who have died in wars.


Floor 1997
Floor, 1997 away the family is given their dog tags so in a way, this robe symbolizes the many soldiers who have died in wars.

2 inch high plastic figurines of people holding up large sheets of plexi-glass.


What do you think this image could symbolize? away the family is given their dog tags so in a way, this robe symbolizes the many soldiers who have died in wars.


Who am we 1996
Who Am We? 1996 away the family is given their dog tags so in a way, this robe symbolizes the many soldiers who have died in wars.


40,000 photos from his high school year books. Another piece that address the idea of individuals versus the whole.


A visual metaphor for reaching out to others to help resolve conflict
A Visual Metaphor for Reaching Out To Others To Help Resolve Conflict

Visual Symbolism of hands- a universal symbol for help and aid to those who need it.


Google image search for reaching out
Google image search for “Reaching Out” Conflict

As you can see, the symbolism is in our own hands!


Hard and soft materials
Hard and Soft Materials Conflict

  • Another visual metaphor for conflict and resolution, peace and war, stress and calm….


Do ho suh the perfect home http www youtube com watch v lxgg2acbf2o
Do Ho Conflict Suh- ‘The Perfect Home’http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lXgg2ACBF2o


Used fabric to create a real to life scaled replica of his house in Korea, (called a hanok).

The use of fabric can relate to the welcoming and warm feelings he has when he thinks about his childhood home.


Step 1
Step 1 house in Korea, (called a

  • Now we’re going to create a sculpture of your own hand and wrist with packing tape, plaster, paint, and a combination of hard and soft materials.

  • Your final hand sculpture should combine a harmonious collection of hard and soft materials that covers about 30% of your sculpture.

  • This will represent a balanced life.


After creating your hand sculpture you will complete part two
After creating your hand sculpture you will complete part two!

  • Answer these questions in your sketchbook first:

    • How have people reached out to you in your life to help you when you’ve needed it?

    • How have you reached out to others to help them?



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