Karma, a tower of blind men rising in the sky by Do Ho Suh. It is an intriguing sculptural installation by the Korean artist Do Ho Suh. He presents countless men sitting on top of another while protecting everyone’s eyes.
The sculpture represents a spectacular human scale rising to the sky. Perched on the shoulders of the other, each man is successively blind.
The Korean artist uses the human form to push the audience to think. His work constantly questions his own identity and individuality using the human body.
These stainless steel men, different but recognizable entities, seem to move as one.
His work could be interpreted as the representation of a man blindly following the path of his ancestors, adding a new generation that succeeds him.