Swedish artist Jon Koko has a long-running Japanese influence in his work. ‘Anaba’ translates to ‘a good place that others don’t know yet,’ and explores themes of the everyday through his signature gentle palette. A highlight of the exhibition is the series of buildings and structures made from washi paper. To achieve this, Koko collected over 20 types of washi from across Japan, including examples that are over 50 years old, and used these as the basis of the architectural artworks.