The Easel

Haegue Yang: Strange Attractors, Tate St Ives, review: magical and thrillingly bold

Yang makes genre-defying installations – sculptures on wheels, soundscapes, arrays of hanging venetian blinds. Some combine technology and craft elements. What’s the big unifying idea? Yang seems unlikely to provide one, thinking art is ““something to experience, not necessarily to understand”. Pondering Yang’s admiration for “loyal, supportive” domestic appliances, one writer speculates her art “represents a point of passage between human and non-human.”