Home I

Home I is a project made with the participation of the public, to highlight the fact that a whole nation cannot return to its motherland. At the same time that the 14th Dalai Lama and tens of thousands Tibetans in exile cannot go home, we invited people to state ”where is their home” or ”where they do […]

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What would have happened to Fatmata and Tata Sesay if the Ebola virus had not left the African continent? W.H.O. decided who, when and where would be treated? This piece was made for the Ebola Art Exhibition hosted by United Nations and organized by Sierra Leone high commissioner In New York on 9th and 10th of July. […]

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Made in Cambodia

The past gets connected with the present defining Cambodia’s destiny. Left: The Security of Regulation as presented in the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum in Phnom Penn. Originally a former school, Tuol Sleng was converted into the most notorious execution center during the Khmer Rouge time. A Khmer Rouge red and white scarf on a black […]

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”My kid, My son, My child, My daughter, My baby, My…, My…, My…” How much advantage do we take of the fact that a 5-year old kid cannot survive on its own? ”Mine” is the first artwork of the artist’s Home Sweet Home series.

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