Malaysian artist Nor Tijan Firdaus creates intricate artwork out of electronic junk


A close-up detail of Nor Tijan's tribute to Henri Matisse, 'After The Amber Necklace' (e-waste on wood, 2020). Photo: Core Design Gallery

Nor Tijan Firdaus could not accept what her husband had just said. He just doesn’t get it, she convinced herself.

Irate and her ego bruised, the 34-year-old mother of four walked out of her home-based art studio in Nilai, Negri Sembilan, to get some fresh air.

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