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Monsoon Song




Installation view of Monsoon Song, 2017 
(from left) There are no names like nirvana or samsara, digital print, aerosol, 59.2 x 40 cm; Those who linger by the berth savour your silence (biru),
bleached canvas, 105 x 70 cm; Our chants, they grace the skies as we wail with the monsun (hitam), bleached canvas, 105 x 105 cm;
Those who linger by the berth savour your silence (orleng), bleached canvas, 105 x 70 cm;


We resign ourselves to a long wait
2017, printed cotton, painted synthetic plants, polystyrene, wood, raffia strings, cotton thread, synthetic feathers, 110 x 116 x 85 cm







 
 

At dusk, we return to perch together
2017 (Reworked in 2020)

gold old leaf and acrylic on leather with thread, aerosol, emulsion and ink on foam, wood with acrylic 
(artwork is encased with polymethyl methacrylate frame)




                            
Swing me your sorrow as I crawl with the waves towards you
digital print, aerosol 41.5 x 52 cm


      
Paradise is at the tip of a needle
synthetic polymer paint on artificial cowhide, cotton thread, aluminium, chrome vinyl, 114 x 80 cm


The rushing winds fail to keep us apart
synthetic polymer paint on artificial cowhide, cotton thread, aluminium, chrome vinyl, 114 x 80 cm


  
(left) There are no names like nirvana and samsara (pertama) digital print, aerosol 167 x 119 cm
(right) There are no names like nirvana and samsara (terakhir) digital print, aerosol 59.2 x 40 cm




For an auburn moon, soundwork in collaboration with karat
cover of Oslan Husein ‘Menimbang Rasa’ (Tahu Tempe: 1962) vocal support by
Mohammad Alkatiri and Dealova;
violin cover of P. Ramlee ‘Jeritan Batinku’ (Ibu Mertuaku: 1962) by nyonya_liew;
guitar cover of Sweet Charity ‘Teratai’ by Izzad Radzali Shah,
originally performed by Wan Ahmad with Sweet Charity, 4:42