Chris Chong

Chris Chong arts are about the processes and methodology in various field such as migration, economics, natural science and moving imagery. his medium of delivery is in reliant of showcasing what is interesting to present as an issue. his Artworks consist of moving images, projections, filmography, printmaking, photography and installation. on 2016, he had been awarded the 2016 fellowship from the Smithsonian Institute (Smithsonian Natural Art Museum). he also won the Canada’s Best Short Film Award in Toronto’s Film Festival 2008.

Bibi Chew Chon Bee

Bibi Chew was born on 1969. her works is moved through the ideas of cultural indentitiy, she had take challenging national issue of the environment and gender, creating commentories on common objects. SHe had used and redesign a leaf container, eggs, glass bottles, sand, wood planks, butterfly catcher, and coffee filters towards the metaphor of abandonement, destruction and the need for control.She had carved and sewn, layered parts into a united form.

Ronnie Mohamad

Ronnie recieved his early education at Labis National Highschool. He is known to be an artist that likes to use figurative in his work, focusing onto the expression of ‘man’ that concurre an inner feeling. Ronnie attention is more towards the minute details and context over the extrinsic quality of the subject. His works reflect the depth of emotion and intonation of culture, an amazing exploration experience that is relative towards the richness of their heritage.

Noorazizan Rahman@Paiman

Noor Azizan Rahman Paiman was born in 1970, Melaka and now lives and work in Perak as a senior lecturer. He recieved a Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Art from UiTM Shah Alam in 1995, and a Master in Art from the Metropolitan Manchester University, United Kingdom in 2001. His works are inspired by the rapid development of Malaysia. He was involved with the 1st Fukuoka Art, Fukuoka Asian Art Triennale in 1999, alongside the 5th Asia-Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art, Brisbane on 2006 and Singapore Biennale in 2016.

Saharuddin Supar

Saharuddin Supar was born in Johor, in 1975, recieved his Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Art(Sculpture) from UiTM Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia on 1999, and afterwards a Master of Arts in Art & Design(Glass) from the University of Wolverhampton, United Kingdom, in 2004. He had recieved various award, among which is being a finalist entry for the 9th Oita Asian Sculpture  Exhibition, Oita, Japan. He was also awarded th Juror’s award from Bakat Muda Sezaman 2001, and also the PhillIp Morris honorable mention, in the year 2000 among many other awards. As of 2016, Saharudin Sapar had exhibited in over 60 shows, including solo exhibitions.

Fauzan Omar

Fauzan Omar was born in 1951, he recieved his education in the arts from UiTM, and was awarded a Diploma in Fine Arts in 1973  followed by an Art Teachers Diploma, before attaining his Bachelor Degree in Fine Art(Painting) from Maryland College Institute of Arts (MICA), Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.A. in 1984.His works are mostly thematically involved with nature and emphasizing on flora, he is now an art lecturer in University Sains Malaysia.

Anassuwandi Ahmad

Anassuwandi Ahmad is an artist from the northern state of Kedah. Anas was a graduate from UiTM of which he finished his Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Art in 1991. He works in the abstract art, especially in carving and mixed media works. His expressive works shows emotions through the use of brush, texture, welding and technical use of line in the form of acrylic, oil and mixed media. Anassuwandi is actively exhibiting in various gallery all over Malaysia.

Susilawati Sulaiman@Shooshie

Shooshie was born in Muar, Johor, she recieved her Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Art from UiTM in 1996. Susyilawati Sulaiman, or Shooshi Sulaiman uses many approaches in the arts, from the two dimensional and site specific installation. Her works are based on situation, experience and an unique process to find knowledge and educate herself. Her art works explores history and its social and cultural configuration with the human experience and imagination in the context of of Malaysia and the South East Asia.

Muid Latif

As a trans-mediator in creating connectivity between a pencil and a Stylus pen in an artwork, Muid Latif is a cross-disciplinary digital artist, bridging the influence of fine arts and graphic design into his storytelling, often tabulate emotions and narrated complexity of local culture and identity. Graduated from Fine Arts, UiTM Shah Alam had brought his work locally and internationally recognized through group exhibitions from Indonesia, Japan, Taiwan, Australia to Germany including being the first digital artist in Malaysia to perform live with the Malaysia Philharmonic Orchestra in 2010.