Selamat Hari Raya

Selamat Hari Raya

From Satu: Collective Visual Art Group

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The fame plant “Misai Kucing”

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Cat says “Selamat Hari Raya…Maaf Zahir  & Batin”

To all that believe and supported us trough the years we would like  thank you where ever you are 😀

We hope to bring more exciting exhibition, programes and introduce inspiring  talents in our  group  shows  in the near future 🙂

Satu Berbuka Puasa

Satu Breaking Fast @ Amcorp Mall, PJ

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Neon lights…attracting us 😛

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Sukor Romat and Lo

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Sukor and his gf

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Sharing ideas & experience after a great meal

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knights of the round empty table 😀

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Haha..thats great story..from the past

Retrieved Artworks @ SGM

Soka Gakai Malaysia

Retrieved artworks

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Wednesday, on our way to SGM located at Bukit Bintang

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Manage to take a shot at this new building

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around the conner..not down here 😀

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The dragon and twins are put to rest for a while

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kinda tired being hang for two weeks…

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The dragon & twins will be in action soon..cant wait!

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Our giant poster laying on the floor

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Is9 with the legendary mirror…installation  for the work ‘Hilang’

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Is9 with his controversial work ‘Deconstruction’

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side view

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The dragon finally gets a fresh air 🙂

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The battle ground

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The hidden fortress

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The dragon  at the tower

Hanyut Film By Uwei Hj. Saari

Hanyut Film Preview

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Traditional music group from Pahang

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deko

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Shahadan in charge of the camera

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Uwei taking foto with his old friend

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Sani Sudin

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Mamat Khalid, Raja Azmi and a friend

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Julia’ s opening speech

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Nishino and his family

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Finding Nina webpage

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Uwei giving his speech…hmm Russel Crowe was not in

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Audience listening

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The excellency Poland Ambassador…”I was reading about a Malay director who wants to make film base on Conrad’s novel”.

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Raja Azmi show how to berJoget

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Fame costume designer Akma

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Fadzil Idris..”Tolong…cakap kuat sikit tak dengar ni”.

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Nishino..”Thats ur last piece?”

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Mamat Khalid, Akma, Dewa & Fadzil

Space & Sound: A Multi-Lingual Poetry Reading

Date: August 15 2009  Time: 10:00 am to 12:30 pm.
Location: Wisma Kebudayaan SGM
243, Jln Bkt. Bintang
55100 Kuala Lumpur.

In conjunction with 3rd Group Show by Satu: Collective Visual Art Group

In collaboration with The Asian Cultural Heritage Centre Berhad and supported by Soka Gakkai Malaysia

Proudly Presents:

SPACE AND SOUND:A MULTI-LINGUAL POETRY READING

A Programme of Poetry from diverse Cultures and in different Languages from various parts of the world.

Featuring:

Wong Phi Nam | Dato’ Dr. M.  Shanmughalingam |
Khalid Shaikh | Nadeem Irfan Bukhar | Prof. Dato’ Dr. Ghulam-Sarwar Yousof | Duratul Ain Dorothy| Dinesh Chandrean |  Koo Koon Hoe & Farrukh Zeeshan.

This programme will be facilitate and presented by Prof Dato’ Dr Ghulam-Sarwar Yousof, a well-known academician, expert on culture and poet. He will present his own poems as well as the work of other foreign poets in several languages. It is expected that several other local poets will either present their own work, or have it read by representatives.

The programme is open to all persons interested to either read selections of poetry or to just listen to and
appreciate the power of the Word. Due to limited time, it is expected that each reader will be given no more than five minutes on the average for perhaps two or three poems with brief explanations of the gist or translations.

About the organizers

SATU: Collective  Visual  Art  Group

Form in March 2008, consist  of  members  of  various  art  related  background.

Together  they  encourage  exchange  of  ideas  and  celebrated  diversity  of  thoughts. They  also  function  as  art  support group  that  help to organized  and  create  alternative  platform  in  the  local  visual  art.

www.kamibergeraksatu.wordpress.com senisatu@gmail.com

The Asian Cultural Heritage Center.

Is an organization  aimed  at  bringing  about  a  greater  awareness  as  well  as  better  understanding  and  appreciation  of  Asia’s  rich  culture  and  heritage.

http://www.theasiancentre.com

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Prof. Dato’ Dr. Ghulam Sarwar preparing

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While waiting Dinesh Chandrean took some time looking at Elias’s artwork ‘Lingkaran Segi Empat II’.

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Dinesh taking a closer look

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Sound & Space, the area are serounded by visual artworks

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Elias Yamani Ismail & Isnian Ibrahim collaboration, installation art called ‘Hilang’.

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The shadow drop

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The shadow cast of ‘Lingkaran Kembar’ by artists Elias Yamani Ismail

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We will always remember how hard to set this particular installating piece 🙂

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It hovers…

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This is it the 4th dimension

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‘Hilang’ by Elias Yamani Isamail + Is9

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Arrival of the poetry readers

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From Left: Prof.  Dato’ Dr Ghulam-Sarwar Yousof,Wong Phi Nam, Dato’ Dr. M.  Shanmughalingam, Khalid Shaikh & Nadeem Irfan Bukhar

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Remembering this historic event organized by Satu Collective Visual Art Group collaboration with The Asian Cultural Heritage Centre Berhad

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Dr. Ghulam gave the opening speech

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Dr. Ghulam gave a brief information about what poetry is all about 🙂

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Audience and readers listening

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Dr. Ghulam welcome the first poetry reader

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listening

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View of the space

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Lets begin the session this morning…

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Wong Phi Nam, starts the poetry reading  session

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interesting insights

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Continue reading while the others listen

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Dato’ Dr. M.  Shanmughalingam getting ready with his poetry

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We love the way he delivered his poetry

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listening to the poem  reciting poem

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Khalid Shaikh introducing  himself, working  as  a pharmacist as profession  at IMU he decided  to  share  and  recite  poems  in Urdu & Punjabi  language  that morning 🙂

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Nadeem Irfan Bukhar getting ready

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Nadeem Irfan Bukhar sang to us a beautiful song from a famous hindustany film which also originate from a well known poem

*more pictures form this event will be updates

Pecha Kucha Vol. 7 @ Urbanattic

PechaKucha Night Kuala Lumpur Vol.07, 13 Aug @ Urbanattic: Creative people talking about creative things

Thursday 13 Aug at Urbanattic, CapSquare.

Featuring presentations from:

Barrie Livingstone, interior designer to the stars, from Miami to Kuala Lumpur

*Writer, filmmaker and publisher, Amir Muhammad

*Murni Roslim, jewellery maker

Yuri Wong, composer and songwriter

Fariz Hanapiah, designer and multimedia artist

Graffiti Artist Bibichun

PerezOldSkool, motion artist and visualizer, Founder/Creative Director of Axternal Studio

Muhamad Razif Nasruddin of Think-lab, all things design

Mark Teh from Five Arts Centre and the executive producer of The Fairly Current Show

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We came a early but we decide to have dinner at Secret, when we got there  hear Amer was  rappin about Malaysia. I guess that  was our desert for us that nite…no time for the ice-cream…hmm maybe later 🙂

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The audience

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Amer at his best…yappin…yep and yep

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The crowds

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feels like listening to an old radio with a bad frequency 🙂

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Love this feature 😛

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Emcee intro the next speaker!

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Our friend Lo at the scene

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Im Bibichun…so what if I have a sissy name! Btw i do graffiti 🙂

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Yeahx3 we are listening to your story but pls do hurry up..

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Again I’m distracted with these hihihi

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Okx3 I’m about to finish now…

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I’m Mark Teh…guys  U know  my brother also does some design

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He help me to design this..walaweh nice ah?

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Hmm next slide please 😛

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How are everybody doin..Im Perez O’ School

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I love Gaban..and I’m a hard core fan of Modern Talking…and its kwel!

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I want to make a difference…is everybody in…the ceremony is about to begin…

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It’s time to get contacts!

Think-Lab “What Design Means to All of Us in times of Economic Crisis & Global Warming”

“What Design Means to All of Us in times of Economic Crisis & Global Warming”

Saturday 8.8/09,9am-1.00pm

National Art Gallery, KL

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Program invitation

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Location map

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Introduction

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Opening speech by one of Think-Lab members

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Student and professionals

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Speech by Mohd. Razif Co. Founder of Think-Lab

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Ares Ezman a freelance Art Director gave some valuable tips that day

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Love this…

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Comedic duo showing some of their works

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We have some problems with the projector so in the meanwhile lets do something  shall we?

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Ian Davies gave us a motivational speech..do buy Malaysian products!

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Intro by Azlan Othman designer at proton

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Azlan gave us interesting and insights as a designer

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Matthias Gelber…he’s like that guy in 300 …instead  of…this Sparta! he ask the audience… Are you the agent of change!

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Q & A session with the speakers

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Razif saying we’ll have another one in December!

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Log on for more info!

Text taken from Think-Lab

National Art Gallery – The day Azlan Othman of Proton spoke and everybody was suddenly seeing a better promising future. Design industry was finally making its first small step in making strides to progress, as thinklab’s first design mini conference saw a lineup of speakers, that made a pact to a better future for the local design industry. It was an important and historic conference as the design industry players from New Media Designers to Environmentalist share their thoughts pertaining to the title “What Design Means to All of Us in times of Economic Crisis & Global Warming”. What was also a surprise is that Deputy Education Minister, YB Dato’ Saifuddin Abdullah and wife was there to witness the historic event. Below are images of the successful event filled with agents of change, wanting to make and see the difference in the local design scene.

for more info: http://www.think-lab.blogspot.com