Pameran Poskad is a group exhibition of postcard-sized artworks that is open to participants from any background. It was launched in 2012 and now in its fifth series. I joined the 2015 show before moving to Australia.
Celebrating the beauty and savagery of the natural world
One of the oldest and fascinating festivals happen on the beginning of December until Easter. Men take to the streets, disguised in grotesque, beastly and colourful costumes. They become the symbol of death and rebirth. A rite of passage for young men; a way of "showing power and virility".
Inspired by the photographs of Charles Fréger and my fascination for costume design, these gender-bend portraits of women in festival costumes celebrate the beauty and savagery of the natural world.