Press > 2012

A cute video shot in my home/studio in Port Dickson, by Tongue in Chic. It’s a promo for jeans. (I got a free pair of jeans.) But I also talk about moving away from the city, art as play and personal style. Includes cameos of my cats. Read more

Objects, Installations & Videos > 2012

An updated and portable version of “Sensors“, an interactive installation based on statistics of banned books in Malaysia. The buzzwires — central to the 2007 series — are now housed in sleek black boxes and powered by batteries. Each is fully functional; comes with a high-pitched buzzer and bright signal light; and is designed to… Read more

Writing (By Me) > 2011

Essay published in the catalogue of Amir Zainorin’s solo exhibition “Subject To Change”.

Amir is someone I’ve yet to meet in person. I know him only through email, blogs, Facebook and a parcel containing catalogues and a DVD of his work he… Read more

Collaborations > 2011

A collaborative performance project about health and the city, performed in Berlin, with fellow artists Karla Sachse, Varsha Nair, Deeksha Nath, Lilian Kim Lucas, Aaron Schwarnagel and Simon Troll. Presented as part of MERIDIAN | URBAN – Curatorial Projects on Health by the Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin. Images by Saskia Nagel, Christoph Scheierke and Susanne Ahne. From… Read more

Agitprop > 2011

A series of posters designed to support the Bersih 2.0 rally held on 9 July 2011 in Kuala Lumpur. Zedeck Siew contributed to the text and Fahmi Fadzil to the Bahasa Malaysia translations. Bersih is a non-partisan coalition of NGOs advocating for free and fair elections in Malaysia. The movement has become a catalyst for widespread social change in the… Read more

Press > 2011

Profile in Esquire Malaysia’s June 2011 The Issue with Women, featuring eight women in different careers, including Azrina Jane Abdullah, Daphne Iking, Nandita Solomon, Tiara Jacquelina, Elizabeth Wong, Zainah Anwar and Faridah Merican. Words and photographs by Bernice Chauly. Read more

Drawing, Illustration & Works on Paper > 2010

A series of drawings and collages to accompany my 2010 solo exhibition ‘All Together Now: Conversations Without End’. These works explore the conumdrum of language in Malaysia, and how these questions are embedded in the body. They express confusion, shame and loss. Read more