South Korean artist Haegue Yang poses under her installation Lingering Nous at the Centre Pompidou. The monumental artwork is an assembly of colourful Venetian blinds. Photo: AFP South Korean artist Haegue Yang poses under her installation Lingering Nous at the Centre Pompidou. The monumental artwork is an assembly of colourful Venetian blinds. Photo: AFP
South Korean artist Haegue Yang poses under her installation Lingering Nous at the Centre Pompidou. The monumental artwork is an assembly of colourful Venetian blinds. Photo: AFP

Why do we demonise work? Korean artist Haegue Yang defies convention

Passion for work has become taboo, says award-winner known for her pieces featuring Venetian blinds. It’s time to defy convention and blur the lines between our jobs and private lives

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South Korean artist Haegue Yang poses under her installation Lingering Nous at the Centre Pompidou. The monumental artwork is an assembly of colourful Venetian blinds. Photo: AFP South Korean artist Haegue Yang poses under her installation Lingering Nous at the Centre Pompidou. The monumental artwork is an assembly of colourful Venetian blinds. Photo: AFP
South Korean artist Haegue Yang poses under her installation Lingering Nous at the Centre Pompidou. The monumental artwork is an assembly of colourful Venetian blinds. Photo: AFP
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