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Borders and Separation (II) — Andrew Ananda Voogel

Borders and Separation (II) — Andrew Ananda Voogel

Read Part I of the conversation here

From Suki Kim’s account of going undercover in the North to Matjaz Tancic’s 3DPRK—a series of portraits created from 3D stereoscopic technique—citizens from the world outside are now able to peek into the much enclosed lives of North Koreans. These works have also sparked debate about the threats posed towards citizens of both nations.

Back in December, our writer Marcus Cheong caught up with Andrew Ananda Voogel to find out more about his exploration of peace and the possibilities of it happening along the demilitarised zone between North and South Korea.

SAND Magazine
February 11, 2018

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