Ceramic, steel, acrylic, canvas, wood frame
Dimensions: 31cm(H) x 58cm(W) x 7cm(D) / 12.2"(H) x 22.8"(W) x 2.8"(D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
In “Meet the Merchants” Umi want to “spark” ideas in the context of modernized issues. These artworks refer to ideas and issues in the rise of consumer culture. Consumerism is one of the strongest forces affecting our lives in the modern world. Consumption have a key role in the construction of our identity and driven by endless desire that triggers identity crises. Trying to fit into this consumer culture makes individuals lose the sense of their own identities, personalities and culture.
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Based in: Kuala Lumpur
Umibaizurah is a ceramic artist born in 1975 in Malaysia. Since 1997, she has participated in exhibitions in various spaces across Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Korea, Japan, and Pakistan.
Umibaizurah represented Malaysia in the 2009 Jakarta Ceramics Biennale. She was among the Top 10 Winners of The Young Contemporaries 2006 by The National Art Gallery Malaysia, and was awarded Top 5 Winners for her collaboration with children in making clay sculpture at the Tokoname City Culture Hall, Aichi, Japan.
Umi’s works are collected by various institutions and private collectors: National Art Gallery Malaysia, Petronas Gallery Malaysia, Asia Arts Network Seoul Korea, and Aliya & Farouk Khan Collection, Malaysia.
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