Wah Nu and Tun Win Aung reflect on how they collaborate artistically as a family, and discuss ideas of community around their ongoing project to share art and art making in Myanmar’s rural areas. The artists describe how they make use of iconography from their own childhoods, incorporating images by U Ba Kyi, for example, in their work A Thousand Pieces (of White). They also explain the educational impulse and transformational processes behind their ambitious Museum Project.

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