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

Writing (By Me) > 2010

My experience at “2nd Beyond Pressure International Performance Art Festival” in Yangon, Myanmar. Published in Off The Edge, Feb 2010.

In December 2009 I found myself in Myanmar again, attending the 2nd Beyond Pressure Performance Art Festival. I was there for… Read more

Writing (By Me) > 2010

Review of Liew Kwai Fei’s solo exhibition “Paintings for All Ages/Paintings with Extended Space”. Published in Off The Edge, Jan 2010.

If you attended public primary school in Malaysia, maybe you’ll remember a particular type of exercise book whose pages were divided in half – the top was… Read more

Writing (By Me) > 2009

My experience at “1st Beyond Pressure International Performance Art Festival” in Yangon, Myanmar. Published in Off The Edge, April 2009.

The first time I heard about Beyond Pressure was when I met Moe Satt in February 2007, during his short residency in Malaysia… Read more

Writing (By Me) > 2008

Review of “MATAHATI: FOR YOUR PLEASURE” exhibition. Published in Off The Edge, Nov 2008.

Matahati was formed in 1989 between a group of friends who met during their art school days at UiTM. Out of the original seven, it now consists of five… Read more

Writing (By Me) > 2008

Essay published in the catalogue of Liew Kwai Fei’s solo exhibition “The Rhythm of Doing”.

Each day of our lives, we perform hundreds of little tasks – we take a shower, go to work, arrange meetings, negotiate contracts, harvest food, mop floors… Read more

Writing (By Me) > 2008

Essay about New Zealand artist Sriwhana Spong’s exhibition “Beetlejuice”. Published in Column 2: 2008 Biennale of Sydney Critical Response.

To pinpoint one’s place in the world today is not easy. One reason for this is that we can no longer be sure where anything comes from…
Read more