I first saw Some/One by Do-Ho Suh when it was on display in New York City, where I was living at the time. The striking, flowing armor made of dog tags is an image which stayed with me ever since. The piece "asks the viewer to both understand and appreciate how a solider has his own identity yet is part of a larger troop or military body. The ghost-like suit of armor also has a reflective mirror body which asks the viewer to think about what this piece means to them." "I wanted the viewer to have an experience with these little dog tags, these thousands of dog tags. It symbolizes each individual’s identity...these many dog tags create this one, larger-than-life figure. It’s ambiguous whether you’re a part of it or not. Whether you are the owner of this robe when you see your own image over there. So that’s why I had the mirror inside."