Speaking out for animals via art

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  • Friday, 13 Jan 2017

(Above, from left) Min and Choy touching up on their installation art adapted from Gulliver’s Travels. (Left) Delwin posing with one of his artworks. (Below) A miniature painting on display at the exhibition. Photos: LIM BENG TATT/The Star

AN installation art piece adapted from Gulliver’s Travels featuring ‘little people’ tying down a hippopotamus carries a message against poaching.

The piece by Jason Min, 35, and Vincent Choy, 28, is being showcased at the Art for Nature (AFN) exhibition at the Hin Bus Depot in Jalan Gurdwara, Penang.

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