The Art of the Anagram
Ajim Juxta, artist
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For his latest exhibition, Malaysia artist Ajim Juxta moves away from the typical solo show format in favour of a more collaborative approach, working with other artists and writers. The result is “Tugu|Ugut”, an exhibition that uses text, specifically anagrams, to reflect on the world around us. We speak to Ajim about the works in the show, and the process of creating them.
Produced by: Sharmilla Ganesan
Presented by: Sharmilla Ganesan
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Categories: Film, Visual Arts
Tags: art, visual art, Malaysian art, words, anagrams, wordplay, Malaysian writers, text, collaborative art, front row, the bigger picture,