Looking Back: Zata Omm’s Eden Planted

Zata Omm’s Eden Planted premiered in early February, a work inspired by both the benefits and detriments that impact humanity caught between the press of technological and social change. Here, we re-visit the work in a series of beautiful photographs by David Hou.

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