Nicknamed ‘the chicken-legged houses’, this piece is based on the story of Baba Yaga, a witch in a series of Eastern European fairy tales. The artwork features three tall fabricated metal houses. It was designed by 22 year old student Marwa Fahmy, who won a joint public art project held between MRA and the Central Institute of Technology.

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Museum Street Park

Aberdeen Street, Northbridge

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