Digital art, young artists take the spotlight in this Maybank virtual exhibition

Chong Kai Qi’s 'Me' (digital illustration, 2021), which is part of the virtual exhibition 'Dengan Kasih Dan Harapan'. Photo: Handout

How much of Malaysia can you pack into a single artwork?

As it turns out, a lot. For instance, in Lang Wei Jin’s digital illustration titled Our Home, she captures the many facets of a lively community going about their lives and interacting with each other.

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