Imaginary landscape of someone who belonging nothing (Maguri Andaman Sea)
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About the art
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”Imagination will often carry us to worlds that never were, but without it we go nowhere." - Carl Sagan
The depth of an individual is as unpredictable as the deepness of the earth's surface. Existence these images envision thousands of miles of deep, wide-ranging soul life of a great heart, rather than anonymity of identity.
Even without mentioned the shape of iconic Burmese pro-democracy leader and the prominent icon of world peace, It is thought to be the reality of a deeper galaxy far beyond many representations. The distinctive geography of the Burmese landscape on “Earth” as a biological sense, like body sustained by complex physiological processes.
Aung Myat Htay
Based in: Yangon
Aung Myat Htay is an artist/writer, Independent curator from Yangon Myanmar. He explore the freedom of expressions with a contemporary sense of traditional forms. By the successful (10) solo and many group shows in local and international, he presented work in several regions of Asia including Hong Kong, Vietnam, Thailand, …
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