Found Space, M+’s signature display space for major projects, is a striking setting on B2 defined by the alignment of the underground rail tunnels above which the M+ building sits. The first in a dynamic series of landmark installations in the Found Space features We the People (2011–2016) by Danish artist Danh Vo (b. 1975, Vietnam) and Round Table-Side by Side (1997) by Chinese French artist Chen Zhen (1955–2000). Sonic Rescue Ropes (2021) by Haegue Yang (b.1971, South Korea) is M+’s special commission for Found Space and the vertical Lightwell connecting the basement levels and the ground floor. Yang’s sculptures and installations often use industrially made objects transformed through labour-intensive and craft-based processes. This commission will unfold in two parts; the first part will be unveiled at the time of the museum opening, and the second part will take place in spring 2022.