Hell Heaven is a fund-raising exhibition for Sisters in Islam (SIS), an NGO which works in advocacy, law reform and promoting justice for women in Muslim societies. They run a legal aid clinic that helps women in need of advice on Islamic family law. I contributed a set of signs I made and carried during the Bersih 5 protest, held on 19 Nov 2016 in Kuala Lumpur. Read more

What becomes the shape of our politics when we look away from territory? Between States initiates this inquiry as a critical attempt to resist our current geopolitical imaginary: one in which territory marks the limits of political agency. The works by the four artists in this exhibition examine the conditions and limits of the everyday practice and how that is enacted along – and against – larger, unseen forces. Featuring installation works by Candice Ng, Ian Carlo Jaucian, Miguel Inumerable, and Sharon Chin. Read more

The ‘Performance That Is Not Pretty’ series of panel discussions is aimed to encourage questioning and thinking on what constitutes performance and performing. These discussions intend to dissect how artists from different disciplines use the body as the medium to express ideas to achieve their goal, and, the different ways of using/presenting the body. Read more

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Design by Sharon Chin. Developed by Tico