Yasmin Arisa In Conversation With TY:DEL
FLUX18 intended on creating a film that was narrated in such a way to look, feel, and sound like a wildlife documentary narrated by Sir David Attenborough.
My writing here in no way is to intend a manifesto that calls upon students worldwide to agitate against the times to bring back normalcy within our lives.
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…
This short poem and prose was written by Afiqa Khalieda.
The writer ends the narrative with well-wishes for anyone who relates to the content written and attempts to comfort the readers, or rather, herself, that it's okay to make life choices for the short-term pleasures rather than having to calculate everything just so it adds value to the future.
Located at his open and welcoming studio Jalak, we were more than delighted to have the opportunity to have a little chat about how one can grasp the fluidity that defines the workings of art, and why at the end of the day it is important to stay true to yourself in your expressions.
Just as much as I am advocated to play into the liberation of body, mind, and soul, I am constantly reminded by the hoops that I am made to leap into for the sake of gaining any leverage within these communities or indeed, covens.
I-SKY seeks to fulfill this human desire in the time he spends creating with or for a fellow artist.