Malaysian artist Okui Lala to share recent Singapore Biennale video work online

A video still from Olui Lala's 'National Language Class: Our Language Proficiency', which addresses the many languages used in Malaysian schools. Photo: Okui Lala

Contemporary art enthusiasts can now watch an online screening of Penang-born artist Okui Lala’s video installation work, National Language Class: Our Language Proficiency, on March 29 through Vimeo ( any time between 6pm and 9pm.

This three-channel video, which has a runtime of 46 minutes, simulates a classroom setting of a discussion among six people in different languages.

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