Reading Time: 7 minutes Exploring the ideation behind how your hands can be your enemy, the duo has created a narrated styled short film, resonating in the same tune of a BBC Planet documentary narrated by Sir David Attenborough. You Are Not Your Hands is a simple and unnerving descent into a horrifying reality of things.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Situated in the heart of Kuala Lumpur’s Pasar Seni, Shuang Xi is a collective and creative space. In this interview, Mula speaks to the founder, Jin about the collective, nostalgia, and the act of housing modern initiatives in historical sites.
Reading Time: 3 minutes If one agrees that subculture style is all about forging a sense of belonging, how would putting up Projek Harajuku create a connection between us and our surroundings, out of thin air?
Reading Time: 3 minutes The last 30 minutes of the film brings Noraimy to a Kampong in Taiping, a less developed site in Malaysia. The end scene shows Noiramy in an Islamic dress making a revelation about her life and shows her willingness to give up her life as a daughter from a rich family for a traditional life in a poorer one
Reading Time: 3 minutes 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.
Reading Time: 3 minutes 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.