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Artist Tith Kanitha next to one of her untitled sculptures for her new exhibition Instinct.

An artist explores ‘instinct’

Publication date 16 January 2018 | 07:45 | ICT

In the white-walled exhibition room of Sa Sa Bassac gallery lives, for the time being, a collection of amorphous wire sculptures, hanging from the walls and ceiling, or draped over pedestals, as part of a solo show by Tith Kanitha, which

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