Malaysian artist sculpts wood and steel into works of art with a sense of unity


Zulkifli’s 'Bentuk Dan Kelakuan' (nyatoh wood and carbon steel balls, 2019). Photos: Taksu Gallery

It is no mean feat to make steel and wood look graceful and fluid, but Zulkifli Lee has done it with the sculptures in his solo exhibition Interdependence at Taksu Gallery in Kuala Lumpur.

With the gallery closed since Jan 13 due to the movement control order (MCO), art lovers can view the exhibition online here.

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