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The book written as an autofiction during the residency at San Ho Art Lab as I interrogate the nocturne, here the voices, the readings, the interfaces and the self amidst a withdrawal from doomscrolling and dependencies from the interwoven forms of computation. Written as part of a presentation to conclude the residency at Absolute Space AiR Program 2024: Summon! Dance! Carnival!, Tainan City, TW.


            CPG: Confirming Genuine Presence            


A series of fiction divided into three chapters; Combustible, Non-combustible and Subscribe.

The fiction will be made available in February 2024.

            Polymerized Heritage           


Written for Future Anterior’s special issue on the theme of ‘Critical Carbon: Rethinking Energy and Heritage in the Asia Pacific’. Fyerool was invited by Guest Editor Jennifer Ferng from The University of Sydney to contribute an artist statement of the work P♥rtraire Familiya (After Ballads) , where the materials employed were employed through projects l♥nd$¢_₱Ξ$s and the installation The Pantun/Pantoum.

The essay will be published in end September 2023.

            Wide-Angle           


A fictional fieldnote sporadically written between 2019 to 2022, it encompasses written accounts of a demon’s desire to leave a body. 

            Fieldnotes 02012020   (Notes on Vivarium, After Ballads and all its quiet dances)           



An accompanying statement included in Residencies OPEN, an open studio program to concluding Artist-in-Residence at NTU Center for Contemporary Art, Singapore in 2019.


            Fyerool Darma            


           Fieldnotes 21102017   (Contirbutions to the Fruitless Futures)    


A fieldnote in accompaniment to the artist talk for ‘Monsoon Song’ first shared on 23 September 2017 at Yeo Workshop and later distributed through freeware messaging apps.


            Fieldnotes 02012020 (Notes on Vivarium,  After Ballads and all its quiet dances)           



An accompanying statement included in Residencies OPEN, an open studi programme concluding Artist-in-Residence at NTU Center for Contemporary Art, Singapore in 2019.


Episode #14 of ‘Incidents (of Travel)’ –   Dispatch by Kathleen Ditzig with Fyerool Darma and Nurul     Huda Rashid from Singapore.                                                                                                                                      

Incidents (of Travel) was conceived in 2012. A year later, KADIST and Latitudes partnered in a new ‘distributed’ phase of Incidents (of Travel) extending the invitation to curators and artists working around the world and publishing their dispatches as part of KADIST's Online Projects.