I aim to present myself in a cycle of constant progression. I do not work in a singular aesthetic, style or voice. Letting energies flow, I attempt to challenge normative notions, constructs and ideologies by seeking beauty in the so-called imperfect, malformed, severe, decaying, repugnant, filthy and ‘different’; to provoke and propose a new resonance. In submitting to my intuition, I use a varied range of elements such as, styling, moving image, fiction/non-fiction writing, music, clay making and knitting to physically realise the fuller (manic) world of mine. <3Find them here.
“OMG, I’m nervous!” screams out of a Bose headphone set, retells Anisha Khemlani in an interview with up-and-coming trans model, Lidia Chatura
This article is in collaboration with Dispersant Art Collective 2021.
Like a game of I spy, the team members of What is Kuala Lumpur point us to the forgotten aspects of Malaysia’s capital city, urging us to look beyond glitter and glam to acknowledge the people and spaces that truly make up Kuala Lumpur’s vast majority. In this interview feature, they speak to Mula about…
The diverse collective inhabits: SIDUO (a second-hand shop), Flawer (a florist), Iro-Iro (a thrift store), Don’t Call Me Deer (an experimental cafe), Snatch Pastries (a pastry shop), Manjusaka (a tattoo & apparel studio) and Kuronji (a nail parlor). We reached out to Jin to talk about Shuang Xi, nostalgia, and his insights on repurposing old spaces into new ones. Could you tell us a little bit about Shuang Xi…
In true 80s fashion, the film is painted in pastel hues of soft pink, blue, and orange tones to convey a collective cultural expression.
After working various different jobs from retail to f&b, art was where Adam found his heart and home.