Agitprop > 2013

In which I put my propaganda hat on. Made in support of Parti Keadilan Rakyat (People’s Justice Party) during Malaysia’s 13th General Elections.

Solo Exhibitions & Projects > 2013

These are paintings of various weeds that grow in the garden of my home in Port Dickson. They are painted on political party flags that I collected from my neighbourhood. The flags began appearing in Port Dickson around the third quarter of 2012. They were placed in public spaces such as trees, street lamps, and… Read more

Drawing, Illustration & Works on Paper > 2013

Acid-coloured, deliciously animated GIF versions of my “Weeds/Rumpai” paintings. Read more

Press > 2013

Exclusive digital versions of my “Weeds/Rumpai” paintings are featured on the cover and inside the April 2013 edition of The B-Side. Includes a short interview with Jun Kit. Read more

Agitprop > 2012

This started out as a yellow dress I made and wore during Bersih3.0, a momentous street protest calling for free and fair elections, held on 28 April 2012 in Kuala Lumpur. The dress was covered in hundreds of hand-sewn flowers, which I meant to give away during the rally. Before this could happen, authorities fired… Read more

Press > 2012

I took part in Esquire’s Media Art Project, for the Aug 2012 Artsty Farsty issue. My work for them was #bungaBERSIH, based on a yellow dress I wore during the Bersih3.0 street rally. Read more

Objects, Installations & Videos > 2012

A video poem made for 3.11: What is to be remembered?, a video art project by Spread Video Art 2 in Japan. All the video pieces were 3min 11sec long, in response to the 11 March 2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami. Zedeck Siew wrote the words: “The town that I live in is by the… Read more