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3DPRK: This Exhibition At Prinsep Street Is A Trippy Showcase Of North Korea Unlike Any Other

For a country that’s notoriously isolated from the rest of the world, there sure is a lot of insight into this mysterious nation. 3DPRK will be revealing an unseen exhibition of the country with a 3D twist, from now till 7 January 2018 at DECK.

Matjaž Tančič is a Slovenian photographer who is based in Beijing, and with the help of Koryo Studio, he has used a 3D stereoscopic technique to photograph North Koreans.

This technique requires the subject to be still for a couple minutes whilst the required perspectives are being shot.

This collection of photos will not only feature Pyongyang but also locals tolling the fields of co-operative farms, the life in Hamhung (North Korea’s second largest city), and others who work in factories and steelworks around the country.

Each portrait is a piece of the various layers that make up the surreal theatrical set of the DPRK (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) today.

Peek into the world of North Korea at this exhibition that’s unlike any other.

Dates & Times: Now – 7 January 2018, 12pm – 7pm

Prices: S$4 (General Public),  S$2 (Concession), FREE for Deck Members

3DPRK by Matjaž Tančič: DECK, 120A Prinsep Street, Singapore 187937 | Facebook

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