A dilapidated house in Yangon has undergone a renaissance and become a temporary art space for the months of April and May.
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Ko Z’s pieces are juxtaposed with the busy, polluted street outside by using natural materials such as wood, charcoal, bamboo and Shan paper.
Mrat, co-founder of 7000 Paduak.
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