“I COULD

Harper’s Bazaar (Malaysia) - - Harper's Bazaar Art -

stop be­ing cre­ative when I’m not work­ing, but cre­ativ­ity creeps up in a joke, a dance, love, or a silly night out with friends. It takes on dif­fer­ent forms. I’ve al­ways played with var­i­ous art skills since my child­hood. I try to ex­pe­ri­ence dif­fer­ent things through projects. It makes it more fun. I have a very clear style but it’s im­por­tant to not fall into a com­fort zone. I like to feel calm but ex­cited about my work at the same time, and this is the same in my per­sonal life. I look for bal­ance, but at the same time, how to break it. I want peo­ple to re­think iden­tity and beauty when they view my work, to de­con­struct it and re­build it again in a new, in­ter­est­ing way. My ap­proach to art is ex­tremely per­sonal; it’s based on my ex­pe­ri­ences from the past and my ideas for the fu­ture—my per­spec­tive of the world.”

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