Inner workings of a teenage mind


(Left to right) ‘Schoolmates’ is one of the pieces on display at the National Art Gallery. ‘An Optimist With A Broken Ribcage’ expresses Mulaika’s empathy for a friend who was suffering from such a predicament. ‘Tok’s Pond’ captures her late grandfather’s love for gardening.

AS THE youngest artist to have ever exhibited at the National Art Gallery, 16-year-old Mulaika Nordin’s first solo show, “A Thousand Days of Change”, gives audiences an insight into the workings of a teen mind.

Mulaika’s works assure them that teenagers are not wild, hormone-raged and clueless as some quarters would like to believe.

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