Vibrant diversity of 20 Malaysian female artists captured in virtual exhibit


A screen shot of Leong How Yi's 'My Mercedes' (joss paper, resin and white glue, 2019) (left) and Esha Hashim 'Tensegrity Wall/Flower' (wood struts and fabric, 2018) at the 'Nafas' virtual show. Photo: Handout

There is a Mercedes parked inside Balai Seni Maybank in Kuala Lumpur and it is looking a little worse for wear. Well, it isn’t really a Mercedes, but a Perodua Kancil proudly bearing its emblem.

It also isn’t really a car, but a sculpture cast from joss paper and held together by resin and glue.

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