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Warung Wayang : DA+C Festival 2015

Inspired by Penang’s landscape of mobile units; the beca, hawker stalls, the bengali roti man; Warung Wayang is a mobile sound & projection mapping unit that is used to peddle stories around several locations in George Town.       Artists from

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Warung Wayang : DA+C Festival 2015

Inspired by Penang’s landscape of mobile units; the beca, hawker stalls, the bengali roti man; Warung Wayang is a mobile sound & projection mapping unit that is used to peddle stories around several locations in George Town.       Artists from

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Edisi Kisah Benar : Hikayat Sang Kancil

Part of Damansara Performing Arts (DPAC) Festival 2014, we were commissioned to produce a 45 minute performance which resulted in Main Wayang : Hikayat Sang Kancil. This performance tells the fictionalized tale of the folklore of Hikayat Sang Kancil combined

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Edisi Kisah Benar : Hikayat Sang Kancil

Part of Damansara Performing Arts (DPAC) Festival 2014, we were commissioned to produce a 45 minute performance which resulted in Main Wayang : Hikayat Sang Kancil. This performance tells the fictionalized tale of the folklore of Hikayat Sang Kancil combined

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Project Glocal : Transi(en)t Taipei

[Commentary by project curator, Dayang Yraola] Using Lin Giong(林強)’s song “Marching Forward”(向前走), Fairuz and Chung Ying worked on issues of moving. According to Chung Ying, this song talks about how the singer yearns to go to Taipei because he thinks

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Project Glocal : Transi(en)t Taipei

[Commentary by project curator, Dayang Yraola] Using Lin Giong(林強)’s song “Marching Forward”(向前走), Fairuz and Chung Ying worked on issues of moving. According to Chung Ying, this song talks about how the singer yearns to go to Taipei because he thinks

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Berkhayal Di Kuala Lumpur [in collaboration with Kontak!]

[This video in collaboration with Kontak! was commissioned as part of Participatory City: 100 Urban Trends from the BMW Guggenheim Lab, on view at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum from October 11, 2013 – Jan 5, 2014. Learn more at

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Berkhayal Di Kuala Lumpur [in collaboration with Kontak!]

[This video in collaboration with Kontak! was commissioned as part of Participatory City: 100 Urban Trends from the BMW Guggenheim Lab, on view at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum from October 11, 2013 – Jan 5, 2014. Learn more at

photo by Daiya Aida

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[Wayang Beber : originated from Java in the 1600s, was a form of wayang that used large scrolls of paper that was painted scenes of stories from Ramayana. The dalang would rotate these scrolls from one side to another while narrating

photo by Daiya Aida

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[Wayang Beber : originated from Java in the 1600s, was a form of wayang that used large scrolls of paper that was painted scenes of stories from Ramayana. The dalang would rotate these scrolls from one side to another while narrating

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Salam 1Jepun : A Cross Cultural Response

Salam 1 Jepun is a 2-day event about Fairuz  Sulaiman’s experience with the Japan-East Asian Network of Exchange for Students and Youths or JENESYS Programme in 2012.  Salam Satu Jepun is an expressive documentation of Fairuz’s adventures in the land

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Salam 1Jepun : A Cross Cultural Response

Salam 1 Jepun is a 2-day event about Fairuz  Sulaiman’s experience with the Japan-East Asian Network of Exchange for Students and Youths or JENESYS Programme in 2012.  Salam Satu Jepun is an expressive documentation of Fairuz’s adventures in the land

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Seronok! – Spoken word, live music & projection performance.

“Seronok!” is a multi disciplinary performance, incorporating spoken word, music and projections. A  creative collaboration that crosses borders and cultures, was premiered during the Urbanscapes Festival 2012 in Kuala Lumpur and at Dia.Lo.Gue, Jakarta in early 2013. Issues of border, national heritage

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Seronok! – Spoken word, live music & projection performance.

“Seronok!” is a multi disciplinary performance, incorporating spoken word, music and projections. A  creative collaboration that crosses borders and cultures, was premiered during the Urbanscapes Festival 2012 in Kuala Lumpur and at Dia.Lo.Gue, Jakarta in early 2013. Issues of border, national heritage