Alert Alert!! Weekly, random, tangent filled stream of consciousness from EM. A strange need to share my random thoughts with you all in the hope you share yours with ARTERI.
Why in Art, does everything have to be a metaphor for something else? Why do we seek alternative, more worthy validation for images?
The Lao people and their art are in a period of transition. Where is the happy medium – for an artist to create what she/he wants versus what she/he can make a living off of?
Where did a quest for the contemporary come from? How did it arrive at such a place that appears stuck in time compared to neighboring Thailand and Vietnam?
In America the use of blackface is cringe-worthy and condemned. In Malaysia it pops up everywhere…but what does it mean?
Is contemporary art in KL just a beauty pageant of images?
The lack of open adoration for filmmak
As we enter a new decade, we need to ask, ‘Can the market remain relevant to contemporary art?’
How and where do we draw the line between appropriation, recycling and derivation from other sources in Malaysian Contemporary Art?
A few months ago, Angki Purbandono’s work at Richard Koh Fine Art inspired me to think about how photography expands and challenges fixed notions about itself.
Sebuah gereja telahpun terbakar, apakah nanti ada masjid yang terbakar? Di mana-manapun aku tetap akan bersedih, jika agama menjadi alat hasrat rakus politikus.
Thoughts on 2nd Beyond Pressure Performance Art Festival: “The point… is that dreams never come true”.
Pameran Seni Muda / Young Arts di RA Fine Arts Gallery memberi lapangan kepada artis untuk meluahkan isi hati mereka melalui lukisan dan arca.
2nd Beyond Pressure Performance Art Festival: Mighty as the ocean and certain as the tide, the need to express oneself surpasses impenetrable boundaries.
Being an old cosmopolitan centre, Penang has its fair share of successful artists, and more. But, despite its strong pulse, the future of its art is not certain.