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A painter by training, Fyerool Darma is an artist whose work integrates sound, video, new media, sculpture, texts, craft practices, alongside the artist's lived experiences. He has gradually developed a complex visual vocabulary that draws on accessible sources including archives, the Internet, literature, popular culture, the history of craft, visual arts, manufacturing, junk datas and manual labor alongside accessible and non-sophisticated generative tools, to orchestrate the intersections of art, technology, science and society. He works with interlocutors to extend and share the space of authorship.

fyerool conducted After Ballads, between 2016 to 2018 as part of the NUS Museum’s prep-room, where he explored the intersection of history, language and literature through the utilisation, distortion and remixing of the museum’s collection. Later between October 2019 to April 2020, he was an Artist-in-Residence at NTU - Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore where alongside friends, they casted collected detritus to remap the vicinity of the subzone - Telok Blangah and presented it through Vivarium (wii fl∞w w/ l4if but t4k£ ø forms, ) at the Centre’s Vitrine. It synthesises later into lndsc♥p€$ (2019-ongoing) after offset conversations, spirals and deliberations alongside interlocutors locating quatrains that were translations and extensions of labour, weaving, and computation. Fyerool was artist-in-residence at San Ho Art Lab as part of Absolute Space AiR Program in mid 2024 in Tainan City, Taiwan. 

Recent presentations and participations include ‘The Unfaithful Octopus’, MAIIAM in Chiang Mai; ‘Factory of Tomorrow’, Center of Heritage and Textile in Hong Kong; ‘refuge’: Lagos Biennale in Nigeria (all in 2024); ‘THIS TOO IS A MAP!’ 12th Seoul Mediacity Biennale in South Korea (2023); in the permanent exhibition ‘Radio Malaya: Abridged Conversations About Art’ at National University of Singapore (NUS) Museum; and ‘Living Pictures: Photography in Southeast Asia’, National Gallery of Singapore (2022-2023).

fyerool continues to live and work in Singapore,
dividing his 
time sharing, learning and traversing emerging and known methods in art-making with youths and his co-facilitators at a non-profit organisation situated in Yung Sheng Rd., attending to his family, friends, a rescued red-eared slider, mediating the web, or listening to acoustics of built and non-built environments.