Kelantanese poetry and an 'art cookbook' to kickstart new online indie series

Jack Malik (left) and Fasyali Fadzly in 'Hawa Brehi', an online poetry/performance series that will be released every Saturday starting June 5. Photo: Handout

Is Hawa Brehi a book teaser trailer, a poetry performance video or an experimental project? It is fair to say that it sounds like a mix of all of the above, and more.

This art-video project, an initiative by Projek Rabak and P.O.R.T (People of Remarkable Talents), with support from Dana Kreatif Perak, is a three-part poetry performance by Jack Malik with guest artists and their artistic expressions in response to this reading.

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