► Fahmi Reza – Student Power
Back in 2009 Fahmi Reza started doing public lectures about the University of Malaya student movement of the late ’60s to the late ’70s. While many of the lectures were done in private spaces, Fahmi’s main goal was to carry out the lectures in public universities, especially in University of Malaya – the birthplace of said student movement. This installation features a timeline of his numerous (failed) attempts at carrying out the lectures in public universities and newspaper clippings of student actions back in the day. Apart from that, the installation also features a replica of the iconic speaker’s corner steps – a platform where students were free to exercise their freedom of speech.