Featuring works by artists from Thailand, Laos, Vietnam and Myanmar, this exhibition is themed around South-east Asian beliefs and superstitions about otherworldly beings. Paintings, mixed-media and video installations, as well as documentary photography, are on display.

The show aims to encourage viewers to think about the invisible other in society – the people or communities that live on the margins because of ethnic, gender, religious or cultural differences.

One work on display is a 3D lenticular print titled My Grandfather Turned Into A Tiger – Jungle Fire (left), created in 2017 by Laos-born visual artist and photographer Pao Houa Her (right). It depicts a burning piece of land in a jungle and is based on a story about the artist’s grandfather.

The exhibition is curated by Loredana Pazzini-Paracciani, an independent curator, writer and lecturer of South-east Asian contemporary art.