You’ll notice the entire structure of the home above is covered in red thumbprints. It’s Korean artist Yang Jazoo‘s most recent work, entitled “Dots: Motgol 66.” Speaking to the relentless economic growth of Korea, it condemns the demolition of small villages for modern construction projects. There’s little compensation for the occupants, and often ignored in a country where “landlords are said to be greater than God.” “Motgol 66” was just another one of these houses. The “Jijang” (thumbprint) is the Korean equivalent of legal-binding signatures — one Jijang begins the degradation of the whole community. Yang reminds her country not to forget its people. See the poignant work for yourself.