: Art project to help internally displaced people in Ukraine
Society18:52 May. 30, 2016

Art project to help internally displaced people in Ukraine

Creators want to bring awareness to the issue through public display in Dnipro

Art created for awareness. A giant see-through cube filled with over eight hundred kilograms of used clothing now stands in the middle of a train station in Dnipro.

The installation by the label of "Without a Place" was built in just three days. 

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It is one of the exhibits featured during the Construction festival that runs until June 5th. Creators say it is dedicated to the internally displaced people in Ukraine.

The giant cube also serves as a reminder to donate used clothing and supplies to those in need. The clothing from the cube will be donated at the end of the art festival.

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