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Indonesian photographer Angki Purbandono presents a series of images he captured during his imprisonment in 2012-2013 and inspired by community relationships within a limited space. The images are creatively created from a scanner, as a camera was prohibited.

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Through Jul 26, 6pm
Bangkok University Gallery (BUG), 2-4/F, BU International College Building (Bld.7), 119 Rama 4 Rd. Bangkok, Thailand
Phone: 02-350-3626

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