Daisy Bisenieks and Royce Ng felt a connection with Kyungah Ham’s The Odessa Stairs (pictured) the moment they saw it. Photo: courtesy of Kukje Gallery
Daisy Bisenieks and Royce Ng felt a connection with Kyungah Ham’s The Odessa Stairs (pictured) the moment they saw it. Photo: courtesy of Kukje Gallery
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A president’s stolen rubbish changed their lives: artist duo on connecting with a Korean artist’s sculpture and naming their daughter after it

  • Hong Kong-based artist duo and couple Zheng Mahler say that Kyungah Ham’s The Odessa Stairs – a sculpture made from salvaged waste – changed their lives
  • The giant sculpture of a set of wooden steps was made using materials left outside the residence of controversial former South Korean president Roh Tae-woo

Daisy Bisenieks and Royce Ng felt a connection with Kyungah Ham’s The Odessa Stairs (pictured) the moment they saw it. Photo: courtesy of Kukje Gallery
Daisy Bisenieks and Royce Ng felt a connection with Kyungah Ham’s The Odessa Stairs (pictured) the moment they saw it. Photo: courtesy of Kukje Gallery
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