Ceramic, japanese lacquer, steel rod, steel plate
Dimensions: 67cm (H) x 46cm (W) x 35cm (D) / 26.4" (H) x 18.1" (W) x 13.8" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
Migrants are people or animals moving to different administrative areas or territory. Why do animals move? What forces do you think drive animal’s migration? Animals and plants are increasingly being ‘translocated’ from their native areas to survive effects of climate change, poaching and habitat lost.
Migration is a natural phenomenon that has fascinated humans for centuries and is important to ecosystem health. Migration is the seasonal movement of animals from one habitat to another in search of food, better conditions, or reproductive needs. Environmental challenges such as climate change and excessive use of land, lack of natural resources, loss of biodiversity, and invasive species are key factors contribution this becoming stranded migrant, and disappeared.
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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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