chi too (b. 1981, Kuala Lumpur) graduated with a Diploma in Mass Communications from KDU College, Kuala Lumpur in 2003. He is a multidisciplinary artist whose practice explores humour, satire, the personal and social via painting, objects, installation and video. His experimental music, performances, and playful self-organised public art projects such as Main Dengan Rakyat, Everything’s Gonna Be Alright, and Lepark display an interest to engage with urban spaces and audiences that forms part of a complex multifaceted practice.

Dain Iskandar Said (Kuala Lumpur) graduated with a Degree in Film Studies from University of Westminster, London in 1990. He is an experimental filmmaker whose practice revolves around ideas about history, politics, and identity. In 2004, after working in the commercial television industry in Malaysia, China, and India he shifted focus to long-form experimental projects. His first feature film, Dukun (2007) was deemed too controversial and was not released in Malaysia. His second feature, Bunohan (2012) premiered at the 36th Toronto International Film Festival and received the NETPAC award at the Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival. His latest film, Interchange was released at the end of 2016.

Haffendi Anuar (b. 1985, Seremban, Negeri Sembilan) graduated with a BA Honours degree from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London and has a BFA Foundation course from the Rhode Island School of Design, USA. His multidisciplinary practice examines how countries in Southeast Asia develop through culture and technological advancements, linking progress and modernity to the natural world. Haffendi Anuar is represented by Richard Koh Fine Art.

Hayati Mokhtar (b. 1969, Kuantan, Pahang) obtained her MA Fine Art at Goldsmiths' College, University of London. Her earlier practice emerged out of her preoccupation with issues of cultural identity and the sense of loss and displacement caused by the legacy of colonialism and the process of globalisation. These themes underpin her interest in memory and use of culturally specific objects, and have gone on to influence her more recent video works. Her current practice utilises the moving image — often displayed as installations set across multiple screens — in examining landscapes, buildings, and semi-abandoned towns. In exploring such sites these works delve into ideas to do with the notions of space, place, home, and belonging.

Lee Mok Yee (b. 1988, Klang, Selangor) graduated with a Degree in Fine Art from Middlesex University, London in 2014 and a Diploma in Fine Art from the Dasein Academy of Art, Kuala Lumpur in 2010. Through installations, he presents materials reflective of his cultural and political background. These are then reinterpreted and reconstructed to share a belief in the interconnection between art and society. 

Sharmiza Abu Hassan (b. 1972, Taiping, Perak) graduated with a Doctorate of Fine Art from RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia in 2013; has a Masters of Creative Arts degree from the University of Wollongong, Australia; and a BFA in Art and Design from UiTM Malaysia. Drawing on her interest in Malay cultural narratives, tales, and legends, she expands literary metaphor and traditional craft sensibilities with a contemporary approach, often using found materials and objects to create provocative sculptures and installations. Her work is also deeply rooted in her experiences as an artist, wife, mother, and Malay woman.

Tan Zi Hao (b. 1989, Kuala Lumpur) is currently completing a PhD in Southeast Asian Studies at the National University of Singapore and holds an MA degree in International Relations and a BA degree in International Communications Studies from the University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus. He is a multidisciplinary conceptual artist who works in installation and performance art. His practice is informed by the contested politics of identity vis-à-vis the nation-state, as well as sociopolitical otherness. These ideas take shape across a diverse range of topics such as soil ecology, language politics, etymology, postcolonial historiographies, mythical composite creatures, and organic assemblages from carrier shells (Xenophora pallidula) to household casebearers (Phereoeca uterella).

Viko Zhijune (b. 1993, Kuala Lumpur) graduated with a Diploma in Fine Arts from the Dasein Academy of Art, Kuala Lumpur in 2015. Her practice uses painting, drawing and textiles to map her inner world. As a poetic account of thoughts, experiences, and reflections, these visual musings act as an exercise in self-discovery through a complex network of lines shapes and colours. As a young and emerging artist, Viko has participated in numerous group shows in Malaysia.

Yee I-Lann (b. 1971, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah) graduated with a Bachelor of Arts with a major in Photography and a minor in Cinematography from the University of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia in 1993. Her primarily photo-media-based practice speculates on issues of culture, power and the role of historical memory in our social experience, often referencing issues related to her homeland of Sabah. She has an extensive and multilayered visual vocabulary drawn from historical references, popular culture, archives, and everyday objects.

Yeoh Choo Kuan (b. 1988, Kota Baru, Kelantan) graduated with a Diploma in Fine Arts from the Dasein Academy of Art, Kuala Lumpur in 2010. As a painter interested in abstraction he focuses on the characteristics of colour, texture, surface, and construction materials through a visceral and tactile approach to paint that merges both Chinese and Western approaches. Yeoh Choo Kuan is represented by Richard Koh Fine Art.