The Liverpool Biennial continues with a fully-formed Korean house by the Korean Artist Do Ho Suh, which is wedged between two run-down warehouses. Designed to look like it has dropped from the sky, it represents a clash of cultures and has been surprising passers by.
The text on the building to the left is one of the Visable Virals that spread around the city in the 2008 Biennial.
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