#BreakTheBias: Women artists explore the concept of pandemic ‘change’

Sarah Radzi's 'Reality Of Uncertainty' (charcoal, oil pastel, and colour pencil on paper, 2022). Photo: Sarah Radzi

In a blink of an eye, we are at the two-year point of the pandemic. During this time, what has changed? Are we living differently, have our priorities shifted, are we still who we are?

In a new group exhibition at Temu House in Petaling Jaya, Selangor, 12 women artists from various artistic and creative practices reflect on this tumultuous period and question how much our lives have changed, yet may still remain the same today.

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