SHOOSHIE SULAIMAN

Open Studio “Organizing Abandon” Komyoji Kaikan, Hiroshima, Japan

“Siddra House”
October 28 – December 2, 2018
at Siddra House (13-38 Nishitsuchido Onomichi city, Hiroshima, Japan 7220032)

“Archive Room”
October 23 – November 5 / November 23 – December 2, 2018
11am – 6pm
Closed on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and November 6 – 22
at Komyoji Kaikan (2-1 Higashitsuchido Onomichi city, Hiroshima, Japan 7220033)

“Artist Talk”
November 24, 7pm –
at Komyoji Kaikan (2-1 Higashitsuchido Onomichi city, Hiroshima, Japan 7220033)

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Artist Profile

Shooshie Sulaiman

Born in Malaysia in 1973, Shooshie Sulaiman is currently recognized as one of the most important contemporary artists of Southeast Asia. Of both Malay and Chinese origin, the history of Southeast Asia, the culture of her homeland of Malaysia, as well as her personal memories and her own identity, serve as significant themes within her work. An almost mystical air permeates Sulaiman’s oeuvre, with works produced through diverse approaches such as drawings, collages, installations, and performances that at times appropriate natural elements from trees, soil, to water that are native to the land. Through them, the works inform viewers of the complex and inextricably connected relationship between human beings, nature, and art.

She has presented in many important international exhibitions including Documenta 12 (2007), Asia-Pacific Triennial (2009- 10), Singapore Biennale (2011), and Gwangju Biennale (2014). Following the Art Unlimited section at Art Basel in 2014, she has presented a large scale installation at the Encounter section at Art Basel Honk Kong curated by Alexie Glass-Kantor in 2015. The recent solo exhibitions include “Malay Mawar” at Kadist Art Foundation, Paris in 2016 and “Shooshie Sulaiman Drawings” at 8/ ART GALLERY/ Tomio Koyama Gallery, Tokyo in 2018. Her work is collected by Kadist Foundation, Paris, Singapore Art Museum and the National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo.