Local artists reflect on the country's future

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  • Monday, 30 Jun 2014

(From left) Douglas Lim, Russell Curtis, Suhaili Micheline, Nathaniel Tan, Anurendra Jegadeva and Jo Kukathas share their thoughts on the impact politics and social justice has on the local art scene.

Six Malaysians share their thoughts on how politics and social justice affect the local art scene.

Most Malaysian voters would have moved on from last year’s 13th general election (GE13) the moment the indelible ink washed off their index fingers. But not the people behind Seeing Eye Films.

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