Category: Review

Nov 24
KL Shakespeare Players Brings Sang Kancil Folktales Online

The more vividly  a person narrates a story to me, the more I find my curious…

Nov 21
Hummer by Cassielelolea and Tagistan by Dhavinder Singh

Hummingbirds, rusty saws, bottlecaps, floating chess boards, and the beauty in…

Nov 21
Meat on the Chopping Block: Power, Violence and Moral Responsibility

Tucked away inside the repurposed warehouse of KongsiKL hangs Chang Yoong Chia’s Meat…

Nov 21
Cherish forgotten photographs, and moments in time, in Ilham Gallery’s exhibition Bayangnya Itu Timbul Tenggelam

I found myself giggling at a certain photograph that was framed within the walls of…

Nov 21
Lock Yi’s first solo digital exhibition Is there No End? goes beyond the body

UNTIL a few months ago we were all confined to our homes. Relegated to our own spaces.…

Nov 21
Reminders of death in Dhavinder Singh’s Tagistan

WHAT happens to an artwork once it’s been exhibited? What happens to most things once…

Nov 21
The Wild Imagination of Haslin Ismail

A painting of a Kabuki actor greets me as I enter the gallery, setting the tone and…

Nov 21
Louise Low’s Mass against Mass is a conversation about the current collective crisis

Review by Clarissa Lim Kye Lee “You just got to say to yourself, ‘I’m a free man in…