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Munkhtsetseg Jalkhaajav (Mugi)’s interdisciplinary works explore the notion of pain, fear, healing, and rebirth.


Mainly reflecting her personal experiences, she investigates complexities of female bodies, minds and souls, and the connection with oneself and nature, while capturing tension between different realms. Seemingly fictional yet grounded, her unique works embody invisible forces such as spirits, and myths, and tell sensible stories of women, unborn children, and the sorrowful fates of animals. The exhibition presents sculptures, collages, and video pieces, spread across three different rooms entitled Miscarriage, Dream of Gazelle, and Pulse of Life, offering a journey through the intimate, fragile, yet powerful world of Mugi.


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