Artist Uli Luhdo’s house, Zumm, is a testament to his prolific creativity. Mobiles hang from ceilings and trees like elaborately-shaped fruits, mundane household items like cupboard doors suggest a Mad Hatter's Tea-party, and strange animals crouch in corners.

Uli is adept in several mediums but it is wood that has been his favourite for the past few years - rejected, throw-away wood. Each piece - no matter how heavy, how ant-eaten, twisted, burnt - is a challenge to his energy and ingenuity.

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