Porn was a topic touched on during one of these interviews. It is not just porn but the media as a whole that bombards us with one sided representations of the female body. The vulva for example is portrayed as hairless and tucked in when in reality vulvas come in all shapes, colours and sizes. I rarely come across long labials in porn. This is very harmful for women as well as men who only have the media as a source of reference for how female bodies should look like.
An installation and poetry by Dhan Illiani. Arus Binti is about a girl finding faith in herself and her voice through life's trials and tribulations. Arus Binti is an ode to women who are resilient to what life throws at them. They are the softness that doesn't break.
Sex is not merely an act, but a force. A force that has driven, and continues to drive people towards both ecstasy and despair, both deeply personal and yet universally understood. For Lamer, this ‘brutal way to interact with one another’ is not implying a violent form of communication, rather it is the point to which two (or more) individuals find themselves in complete surrender to one another, connecting in mind and spirit by means of engaging with the corporeal body.
The creatures with leaves, tendrils and petals all in their own world. This multidisciplinary artist has always been fascinated with mythology and ancient cultures. He often uses this theme of subject as an exploration of his illustrations. He believes that there is always a story worth to be told and how it is relatable to modern society.
When asked the question “where are you from?”, I had always wished there was a simple answer I could respond with. Especially because it’s usually followed up with “But where are you really from?”. This question is all too familiar for most people of colour, and there’s rarely an easy answer. Although it can be tedious trying to divulge one’s family history into a single sentence, these questions are generally innocuous and are spawned out of curiosity –– why wouldn’t someone want to know your story?
Sofia Haron is a Penang born Malaysian visual artist. Her work revolves around the femininity of a woman’s body. Her interest in figurative drawings in her earlier works made her realize the beauty of a women’s body. Raised in KL, Sofia Haron is a Fine Art graduate from UITM. For Sofia, she finds women interesting in the way they are. She finds art as a platform for her to express herself and capture feelings and emotion into her work.
Somehow, as a modern society, we have come to collectively accept that raw feelings and emotions are a sign of weakness. I don’t know which cold hearted being hurt the half of us all at once, to have the hurt tell the other half of humanity that we should always be on our feet and tip toe around our new dates. This is so apparent even though we as a generation are so obsessed with finding “The One”.
Kelunding (which means Keluhan Dinding or Writings On The Wall) is a visual documentation of street prose taken in and around the Klang Valley. These works reflect a peek into the zeitgeist of a nation in transition.
We summarise what the condition is and the impact it has on our lives. This is illustrated through a collection of our home footage. Throughout our childhoods we have constantly heard, that we are 'almost there' but have yet to reach our "potential." This film will expose how toxic this type of feedback is for hardworking messy women like myself in the long run. This is supported by the words of Psychiatrist/ ADHD Specialist Morris Zwi who explains that women with ADHD do exist, and we need to support them.
Whether you grew up watching Disney classics or you’re a fan of musicals, Aladdin the musical is a treat for your senses. From the lavish sets to the stunning costumes, they have spared no expense in making the world of Aladdin come to life. The best part? The Disney magic of course.
Kami (which means “Us” if you are a non malay speaker) was directed by Patrick Yeoh, who was a film critic and a respected figure in the history of Malaysian cinematography. This film serves as Sudirman’s debut and last film due to its (well, not so encouraging) performance on the big screen. The film revolves around the lives of two adolescents, Tookoo (played by Sudirman) and Din (acted by child actor Zul Zamanhuri) trying to survive the big city of Kuala Lumpur.