ULTRA tells us which two designers left an impression on them at Tranoi!
Is Fashion Art? = Top 10 in Topics Most Likely To Start A Pointless Flame War. Local collective We Are ULTRA gives their take on it, nice and easy.
About fear, freedom and performance art in the streets of Myanmar. ‘Examining our history, I realize no artist has actually been imprisoned for doing street performance.’
Bakat Muda Sezaman 2010: Hasnul J Saidon plays agitator to the question of direction in contemporary Malaysian art.
She took her hobby to another level, and it landed her in New York! Read about Nadirah Zakariya’s journey from Bangi to the Big Apple!
Re-thinking what’s ‘artistic’: how is it possible we’re producing art students who haven’t heard of George Lucas, Peter Jackson or James Cameron?
Khalil Ibrahim seems happiest when he engages with the colours and forms found on the East Coast of Malaysia and rendering his own vibrant Malaysian Expressionist/abstract style to engage the viewer.
Adakah pengiat seni di Asia Tenggara sudah bersedia dengan gelombang minatnya terhadap peminat seni antarabangsa pada seni kontemporari disini?
Sulaiman Esa menolak elitis seni dan membawanya ke dalam masyarakat dengan bahan-bahan harian yang lebih mesra rakyat dengan karyanya ‘Manusia dan Alamnya’ (1972).
Dear Ajarn Montien, It has already been ten years since you left us… and I won’t deny you have been an inspiration to me as an artist.
Ponderings and Wanderings on the Future of Art and Creativity
Thoughts on gender with observations and questions on masculinity in contemporary art.
Are we moulded from young into the shape of sheep? Pemberontak means ‘rebel’ in the Malay Language. But it can also be used to denote ‘traitor’.
Thoughts on gender starting with a post on observations and questions on femininity in contemporary art.
Is Malaysia ready for our Pink Dot? How much more work is ahead of us before our local LGBT rights movement attains critical mass?