Hunebench in metal covered wood by Hozan Zangana, 2019

Zangana, Hozan

A large Hunebench by Hozan Zangana. It is inspired by the monumental pillars used to hold the walls of the ancient citadel. It is made of wood and later covered in several layers of metal applied by hand.

The original name Hunebench is derived from the Dutch word “Hunebed”: the ancient single-chamber megalithic tombs made of large stone slabs.

Hozan Zangana was born in 1983 in Kirkuk. In 1998, at age fifteen, he fled his country and applied for asylum in The Netherlands. There he studied at the esteemed art and design universities Gerrit Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam and Design Academy Eindhoven.

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