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Prisoner / Human rights

Prisoner

North Korea, which is called the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, is held by hands that seems are giving it a hug, but in fact, they're binding the freedom of people which is like prisoners held in jail. In the surface, North Korea present democracy to people and the rest of the world, but in deed, it's not like what it's looks like. The way this artwork present is using two contrast color such as black and white to satirize the dark side of the reality of society and the situation that people screwed by the power of authority.

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Cheng Shiu University

Cheng Shiu University
Kaohsiung, Taiwan