Red Hong Yi's soil artwork series honours army veterans, servicemen on Malaysia Day

Contemporary artist Red Hong Yi's new series of artworks, made from soil, will be featured in the documentary 'Tanah Tumpahnya Darah Kita' that will be premiering tonight on Astro. Photo: Aaron Wong

Contemporary artist Red Hong Yi isn’t afraid to roll up her sleeves and get her hands dirty... digging and mixing up soil.

In a series of new artworks revealed on Malaysia Day today, we get to see how Red Hong Yi and her team have created art with soil as the main material.

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