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"As a woman of Malaysian-Indian origin, hers is a voice and vision that is still relatively rare in Malaysia’s visual arts space, and she uses it in unexpected ways."

—  Sharmilla Ganesan, Culture Critic

May 31, 2018

The act of painting on the body is NOT a new concept. The method of using body as an artistic statement started in 1961, but my first exposure to body art was pop-culture. I discovered it with Emma Hack’s work with Gotye for the music video “Somebody I Used To Kno...

January 12, 2018

The 100 metre long exhibit at the Masjid Jamek LRT station showcases the artwork by domestic violence survivors who have found refuge at Women’s Aid Organisation (WAO). Using discarded materials such as plastic bags and fabric remnants, the mural features a colourful c...

September 16, 2017

The beauty of this land we call Malaysia, is that we celebrate just about everything.

From Raya Haji, to our King’s birthday, Independence Day and of course, we needed another holiday to mark our achievements in the recent SEA Games – all in the last couple of weeks.
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March 15, 2017

The documentary called ““No Fire Zone: The Killing Fields of Sri Lanka” directed by prominent filmmaker and journalist, Callum Macrae records what happened when the government of Sri Lanka told some 400,000 civilians to gather in what they described as "no fire zones"...

January 31, 2017

This photography series, titled "This Body Is Mine" attempts to fight body policing in Malaysia's culture and traditions by giving a contemporary art spin to ancient archetypes concepts in Hinduism. It was great honour to colaborate with traditional dancers in Malaysia
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