By Rachel Leow. First published in The Malaysian Insider, 15 April 2015. Dear Professor Khoo, You may not remember me and anyway, if you saw me today you probably wouldn’t recognise me. I was just a young student back then,
The by-invitation roundtable discussion was chaired by Prof. Helmut Lueckenhausen and attended by board members of ico-D, Indigo Ambassadors, business and design educators, design associations and the executive committee members of wREGA. It is a discourse on
Competing Visibilities (Part 2): Visibility as Power – Mascot, Logo, and Installation By Tan Zi Hao, 2013 To make oneself apparent is to demonstrate one’s prospect of power. Even a suggestive appearance of power is greater than
Competing Visibilities (Part 1) – The Politics of Colour By Tan Zi Hao, 2013 Protestors dressed in yellow, green, red, orange, and black for Himpunan Kebangkitan Rakyat #KL112, held on 12 January 2012. Photo credit: themalaysianinsider.com Colour
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