MEAA 2023 : Thirteen Best Artists Showcase is a group exhibition of thirteen artists who received the highest votes from the selection panel in the MEA Award by the CIMB Foundation competition in October 2022.

The artists were selected for the artistic merit of their body of work, strong conceptual skills, with innovative and effective demonstration of  techniques. As a part of the prize, all thirteen artists were gifted a 10-day travelling grant to visit artist and art spaces in the city of Jogjakarta, Bandung, and Jakarta to enhance their creativity, develop new skills, and expand their artistic horizons. By learning in new environments while being surrounded by other creative individuals, the artists were given opportunities to develop new approaches to their work and to build long-lasting relationships with international communities.  

With fresh ideas and renewed energy, thirteen artists produced five works each as a summary of their findings. All 65 works will be on display at the MEAA 2023: Thirteen Best Artists Showcase. The exhibition aims to provide a platform to widen the artists’ networks and cement their positions as some of the most promising artists in the making in this country.

MEAA 2023: Thirteen Best Artists Showcase is organized by the CIMB Foundation and MEA
Management with Limkokwing University of Creative Technology as a Venue Partner. 


MEA Award is a biennial competition that honours the most promising young artists in Malaysia. The main goal of the award is to recognize the country’s top emerging talents and to provide them with opportunities to break into local and international art scenes.

The winners with the highest number of votes from a panel of respected juries will receive a cash prize, vouchers for art materials, a 10-day travel grant to a city in Southeast Asia, along with a group showcase of their works and a solo show. The selection panel for the MEAA is composed of respected members of the Malaysian creative industry - artists, art collectors, gallerists, curators, art  writers and art activists.



The current alarming situation of environmental degradation has always been a prominent theme in my body of work. It serves as a means to draw significant attention from the public, urging them to pause and reflect on an issue that has been neglected for far too long. Rather than creating something overly literal, I incorporate abstract elements and principles of art, such as lines, geometrical shapes, and contours. Additionally, I employ techniques like collages to stimulate discussions.

I enjoy examining the natural landscape through my own perspective and inviting others to do the same. In today's world, there are a myriad of subjects to address, but I believe two topics deserve everyone's attention: the economy, which compels many to toil relentlessly to survive and maintain their sanity, and climate issues resulting from human negligence and ignorance. These are the primary themes that currently inspire and shape my artistic endeavours.

MJO Study (i)
Collage and mixed media on canvas I 61 x 61cm I 2023 I RM1,500

Ladang Rakyat Project II
Collage and mixed media on canvas I 91 x 91cm I 2023 I RM3,000

MJO Study (ii)
Collage and mixed media on canvas 61 x 61cm 2023 RM1,500

3.42333°N , 101.75389°E
Collage and mixed media on canvas 122 x 122cm 2023 RM4,000

The Campsite Tragedy
Collage and mixed media on canvas 121 x 121cm 2023 RM4,000 / Reserved

Fenomena Ayunan Madden - Julian
Collage and mixed media on canvas | 107 x 137cm | 2023 | RM4,500

Syazwan Rahim graduated from Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM) Seri Iskandar, Perak with a Bachelor of Fine Art (Hons) in 2016. Since he was a student, Syazwan has been actively working on his craft and exhibiting his works in the local scene. Syazwan’s work is based in a study of geography and critiques on the stability of global ecological systems. Through paintings that relate to geographical mapping, the artist attempts to record real-world happenings while communicating abstract emotions. Syazwan explores artistic elements and principles, along with concepts and materiality.



My art reflects the intricate relationship between reality, symbols, and society, specifically the cultural significance and symbolism embedded in constructing a collective understanding of existence. In our modern society, the saturation of images, symbols, and signs has led to a disconnection from reality itself. Representations and simulacra have taken on lives of their own, detached from their original referents and existing solely within a realm of signs and symbols, creating a hyperreal version of reality.

I choose to focus on the colour blue because it has the power to evoke feelings of pain and melancholy. Like the endless depths of an ocean, it symbolises sorrow, loneliness, and heartache. The sombre shades of blue reflect the profound depths of our emotions, reminding us of moments of loss, grief, and longing. It serves as a reminder of the fragile nature of the human experience, capable of touching the deepest recesses of our souls.

Through this series, my goal is to transcend the boundaries of reality and create a sanctuary where imagination and reality converge, allowing for profound connections and contemplation. Ultimately, I see my art as a visual dialogue, fostering deeper connections among individuals and the people around us.

Ink on Paper 59 x 84cm | 2023 RM1,600

Wake Up
Ink on paper | 59 x 84cm 2023 RM2,500

Mind The Step
Ink on Paper | 59 x 84cm | 2023 RM1,600

Lick It Up
Ink on paper 56 x 84cm | 2023 | RM1,600

Tomorrow Never Knows
Ink on paper | 82 x 132cm 2023 RM4,800

Noor Zahran is a self-taught artist living and working in Selangor, Malaysia. Zahran attained a Diploma in Creative Media Digital, KPM Indera Mahkota, where he was trained in drawing, painting, photography, 3D compositing, cinematography and video editing.  Zahran states that that symbols are essential to constructing an understanding of a shared existence. Through his practise, he seeks to question our association with images, symbols, and signs in a society that is saturated with them. Zahran’s experimental, surrealist artworks are influenced by media and personal experiences.



These five artworks encapsulate the essence of my current artistic practice, offering a glimpse into a range of observations that blend analytical precision with a touch of imaginative wonder. Building upon my previous exploration of materiality and the act of replicating from photographs, I have delved into the realm of symbolism and the transformative power of Semantic Shifts. Drawing upon the rich tapestry of cultural symbols indigenous to my heritage, I have embraced the Katydid as a visual linguistic form, diverging from the conventional Western tropes.

My artistic inquiry has also led me to revisit the Showa poster paintings, contemplating the creation of a new iteration that expands upon previous iterations. In tandem with this, I have embarked on a journey of further material exploration, seeking to unravel the perceived intrinsic value within artistic mediums. One such exploration involves the act of gilding, where I have pushed the boundaries by extending the use of gold leaf from the picture plane out onto the frame, transforming it into an integral part of the artwork.

Study #2 for Existential Wara
Acrylic, pencil, metal leaves on paper 61 X 54cm 2023 RM2,800 / Reserved

Stamp of Approval
Charcoal, gold leaf, collage on paper Frame: gold & copper, antique glaze finish
67 x 40cm 2023 RM2,500

Siblings in Gold
Oil and gold leaf, dry pigments on canvas I 68 x 127cm 2023 RM4,500

Oil and gold leaf, collage on canvas mounted onboard I 122 x 56 x 122cm 2023 RM4,500

(Van)ity with Spinners
Oil and gold leaf on canvas on board I 92 x 136cm 2023 RM8,500

Amar Shahid (b. 1986) is a multi-disciplinary artist and a Fine Art graduate of UiTM Shah Alam. In his practise, Amar specialises in linguistics, specifically the study of sociolinguistic history in Southeast Asia. Amar works with a wide range of media - oil, epoxy, printmaking, and experiments with traditional craft techniques like Japanese kintsugi. Amar is particularly interested in cultural ecosystems and the various conflicts that happen within them. The artist examines these conflicts through a localised lens - anecdotes from his Malay Muslim background, his multicultural upbringing, and Chinese vernacular education in Malaysia. Through the unique perspectives that shape his artworks and writings, Amar presents a distinctly Southeast Asian narrative.



As an artist, I am deeply fascinated by Malay parables and fairy tales. They inspire my creative exploration as cautionary tales, reflecting the events around me. I visualise my art as windows, symbolic illusions that invite viewers to broaden their perspectives. Through layering, I create ambiguity, mirroring the complexity of problem-solving and observation. This fusion of parables, metaphorical windows, and layered compositions aims to evoke introspection and invite profound contemplation of the human experience.

Gajah Depan Mata
Charcoal, acrylic, silkscreen ink & acrylic glass on canvas
86 x  86cm 2023 RM3,800 / Reserved

Jaguh di Kampung
Acrylic, silkscreen ink, woodframe & acrylic glass mounted on canvas
107 x 91.5cm 2023 RM4,200

Akhir garisan
Acrylic, silkscreen ink, woodframe &  acrylic glass mounted on canvas
107 x 91.5cm 2023 RM4,200

Jalan Betul
Charcoal, acrylic, silkscreen ink, wood frame & acrylic glass on canvas mounted on canvas
107 x 137.5cm 2023 RM6,400

Tembok biru
Acrylic, silkscreen ink & acrylic glass on canvas | 120 x 168cm  | 2023 RM10,000

Syahmi Jamaluddin (b. 1993, Johor) graduated from UiTM in 2016 with a bachelor’s degree in fine art, majoring in painting. Syahmi has exhibited in several group shows and has won prizes in art awards hosted by Petronas Malaysia. Syahmi recently had a solo show at Core Design Gallery in 2020. Syahmi is inspired by Robert Rauschenberg and Zulkifli Yusoff in his practise. Syahmi’s prints push traditional boundaries and explore complex narratives through experimental and unconventional approaches. 



My work is inspired by weather patterns, which I then interpret through changes in shape. I employ the concept of Abstract Expressionism, drawing and painting the evolving cloud formations that embody warm and cool colours. Weather patterns in a particular area fluctuate due to climate, wind, temperature, rainfall, light intensity, and altitude, resulting in a diverse range of colours. In my artwork, I focus on the cloud shapes, infusing them with colours that reflect the climate. In colder atmospheres, clouds tend to exhibit shades of blue, white, and green. The sun’s rays contribute to warm hues, while twilight brings forth red, purple, and orange tones. To enhance the surface, light, and tone of my pieces, I utilise a variety of materials. Adhering to the principles and significance of Abstract Expressionism allows me the freedom to transform shapes and manipulate colours within each canvas composition.

Cloud I
Acrylic on canvas 65 x 65cm 2023 RM2,800

Cloud II
Acrylic on canvas 65 x 65cm 2023 RM2,800

Cloud III
Acrylic on canvas 65 x 65cm 2023 RM2,800

Cloud IV
Acrylic on canvas 65 x 65cm 2023 RM2,800

Cloud V
Acrylic on canvas 65 x 65cm 2023 RM2,800

Green Cloud
Acrylic, oil, pastel and charcoal on canvas I 122 x 122cm 2023 RM4,500

Azaikmal Ahmad Rashid (b. 1987, Perak) spent the formative years of his life in KL and Johor. Azaikamal was introduced to art through Nizam Othman, an artist in Johor, before pursuing a diploma at UiTM Lendu Melaka and a Bachelor’s Degree at UiTM Shah Alam. This year, Azaikmal is moving away from his more traditional realism practise and experimenting with abstract expressionism.  Azaikmal has been actively exhibiting works in the local scene since he represented Malaysia on an art exchange in Japan in 2020. Azaikmal has four solo exhibitions to his name – three in NNB Johor for the DYMM Sultan Johore, and a latest show in 2018 at Maybank Art Gallery. 



"SIRI JENDELA” (2023) 
“...jendela merupakan penghubung antara realiti dan fantasi. Dimana menerusi jendela, saya dapat lihat keadaan, perilaku serta budaya yang ada diluar sana. Lalu saya terjemahkan apa yang saya lihat menerusi karya-karya saya..” 

The concept of "JENDELA," meaning "window," symbolises the connection between individual perspectives and surroundings. This metaphorical window allows glimpses of the environment, inviting sunlight to illuminate spaces and unlock endless possibilities. Inspired by this notion, my artwork reflects observations, experiences, and life lessons.

Blending geometric and organic forms, I create an intimate space that bridges the external world with our innermost feelings. The  interplay of surroundings and emotions accentuates gestural qualities, evoking distinct moods within the heart's enclosed space. Through experimentation with strokes, lines, shapes, and colours, I convey the depth of my observations and emotions, engaging the viewer's perception and shaping spaces within their eyes.

Ultimately, I invite viewers to engage with my art and let it resonate within their own unique narratives. It is the viewer's perspective that determines the story and meaning behind each piece. When artwork captivates and compels, holding the viewer's gaze, it becomes a profoundly meaningful creation.  

Acrylic on Canvas 107 x 77cm 2023 RM3,500

Suara Mendung
Acrylic on canvas 152 x 122cm 2023 RM7,500

Under the Sun
Acrylic on canvas 152 x 122cm 2023 RM7,500

Acrylic on canvas 122 x 122cm 2023 RM6,000

The Lost Scape
Acrylic on canvas 92 x 92cm 2023 RM3,500

Putra Nazri obtained his first diploma in Fine Arts in 2011 and later attained his BA Hons in Fine Arts from Universiti Teknologi Mara in 2013. Putra has been working as a fulltime-artist after graduating university. Putra’s artwork has been shown widely in local exhibitions. The artist exhibits mostly in Klang Valley in venues such as Segaris Art Centre, Artcube, Nadine Fine Art, Suma Orientalis, Core Design Gallery and Artas Galeri. Putra’s artworks are featured in permanent corporate and private collections. Putra has received prizes from prestigious art awards all around the country.



Unidentified creatures that were born hundreds of millions of years ago have given rise to emotional and self-conscious life forms, namely human beings and animals. These life forms were blessed by God with the ability to shape the world and provided with the basic necessities of life. Throughout time, various forms of life have emerged on Earth. The unidentified creatures possess advanced technological knowledge that grants human beings high intelligence (IQ). They utilise humans as subjects for experiments, aiming to create a sentient robot. However, these robots lack emotions and could potentially threaten humanity's existence in the future.
The fusion of humans and machines has resulted in a new form of life in the future world, capable of interacting and reproducing with different creatures endlessly. These beings, characterised by red flesh, are on the verge of being digitised. They no longer experience genuine emotions and feelings but instead continue to propagate until the world is ultimately destroyed.

New Era
Mixed media on canvas | 183 x 152cm | 2023 | RM6,000

Pioneering New Life
Mixed media on canvas | 91 x 122cm | 2023 RM2,500

Biological Origin
Mixed media on canvas 91 x 122cm | 2023 | RM2,500

Mixed media on canvas | 183 x 304cm | 2023 | RM12,000

New Born, Reputation, Pressure
Have No Choice, Threaten, Reality
Ink on paper 34.5 x 25.5cm each |2023 RM300 each

Lim Tong Xin (b. Semenyih, Selangor, 2001) is a multidisciplinary artist working with painting, drawing, print, and mixed media. Tong is a current fine arts student at the Malaysian Institute of Art (MIA). Tong’s works presents mythical beasts and imagined creatures in saturated, collaged compositions filled with dramatic intensity and kinetic energy. Tong approaches the canvas intuitively and directly without drafting because she believes that every painting has a different ‘character’. Through her high attention to detail, Tong offers viewers an insight to her mind and how she perceives the world. Tong has accumulated nearly 30 group shows from 2020 to 2023, and has won multiple awards in national art prizes.



Kintsugi, the traditional Japanese art form, resonates deeply with personal growth. By repairing broken pottery with gold-infused lacquer, kintsugi celebrates history and imperfections. This philosophy serves as a metaphor for embracing one's own journey of self-improvement, which forms the core of my work. Exploring themes of embracing imperfections, self-reflection, and the beauty in uniqueness, my art weaves together these ideas into a narrative of personal growth. Inspired by kintsugi's celebration of imperfections, my aim is to convey the profound beauty that arises from resilience, transformation, and individuality.

Golden Repair II
Graphite and gold leaf on paper 70 x 50cm 2023 RM2,000

Resillient Beauty: The Golden Flower
Graphite and gold leaf on paper 70 x 50cm 2023 RM2,000

What Once Was
Graphite and gold leaf on paper 121 x 91cm 2023 RM2,500

Tranqulity of Reflection
Graphite and gold leaf on paper | 50 x 70cm | 2023 | RM2,500

Over a Stone and a Leaf
Acrylic, oil pastel and gold leaf on canvas | 91 x 121cm | 2023 | RM2,500

Afiq Romi (b.1997, Penang) earned his B.A (Hons) in Fine Art, Faculty of Art and Design from Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM) Shah Alam in 2021. Afiq is a multidisciplinary artist working with paintings, drawing and new media. Afiq takes interest in the mundane, and combines simple subjects with surrealistic twists that explore personal narratives of memories and experiences. Afiq has exhibited both locally and internationally since 2017, and has been featured in two online publications



The mission is to construct dot mark-making on the surface/canvas. The paintings create ethereal spaces that offer perspective as people approach and move around them. Upon close inspection, the size and spacing of the coloured paint application are meticulously controlled, while the overall effect evokes a sense of mystery, drawing inspiration from the pointillism technique. If anything, they strive to align with the mission statement articulated by Rothko, who once said, "I'm not an abstract artist, I'm not interested in the relationship of colour or form or anything else. I'm interested only in expressing basic human emotions" (Wallpaper, / Art, 22 October 2015, by Michael Slenske).

I paint at a slow and steady pace, carefully applying the colours on the canvas dot by dot to avoid mixing or smudging. The pointillist style is challenging to execute, but the concept is straightforward. Rather than mixing colours on the palette, I use small dots of distinct colour and rely on optical mixing to achieve the desired effect. The degree of optical mixing depends on the size of the paint dots applied and the viewing distance. Smaller dots result in more pronounced optical mixing. Through this process, my aim is to capture the essence of Rothko's and Anne Truitt's colour fields, as well as Damien Hirst's spot paintings. I look forward to developing a body of work that is pure and authentic, while maintaining its elemental energy from the edge.

Violet Haze
Oil on canvas | 92 x 92cm | 2023 RM3,200

Mango Tango
Oil on canvas | 92 x 92cm | 2023 RM3,200

Midnight Blue
Oil on canvas 92 x 122cm | 2023 RM4,200

Smoke Grey
Oil on canvas 122 x 138cm 2023 RM6,400

Fading Purple 
Oil on canvas | 122 x 183cm | 2023 RM8,400

Amsyar Ramly works with a pointillism technique that uses 3D texture to explore nuances between form and element. Amsyar’s paintings are expressive and saturated. When seen at a distance, his paintings appear more two dimensional, while at a closer proximity, Amsyar takes us to a stimulating depth of expressive colours, enriching our immediate view with an arresting visual play that is fragmented yet homogenising. Amsyar pursued a degree in fine art at UiTM Shah Alam, Selangor in 2015 and recently held a solo show at SARENG, Kuala Lumpur. 



The 'Masonry' series represents my exploration of identity, history, and the symbiotic relationship between human-made structures and the natural world. I am deeply fascinated by the profound ability of bricks and stones to encapsulate stories, memories, and cultural significance within their essence. In my artwork, I strive to capture the serene beauty of Indonesia's landscape, drawing inspiration from the rhythmic arrangement of stepping stones scattered throughout the country.
These stones exhibit a delightful diversity in size, colour, and composition, reflecting the rich geological formations found in Indonesia. Smooth river pebbles, weathered by the passage of time, offer a gentle and comforting path, while rough-hewn stones evoke the ruggedness of volcanic landscapes. Each stone, with its unique shape and texture, invites contemplation and fosters a deeper connection with the environment. Through my art, I aim to immerse myself in the tranquility and captivating beauty of these surroundings.

Sense of Permanence
Acrylic on canvas 61 x 121cm 2023 RM3,800

Cultural Significance
Acrylic on canvas 61 x 121cm 2023 RM3,800

Interplay of Textures
Acrylic on canvas 61 x 121cm 2023 RM3,800

Tactile Nature
Acrylic on canvas 121 x 121cm 2023 RM6,700 / Reserved

Inherent Qualities
Acrylic on canvas 121 x 121cm 2023 RM6,700

Faris Ridzwan is a young artist residing in Johor Bahru. Drawing inspiration from lived experiences and introspections, Faris’ works are the embodiment of his collective experiences. Faris makes sense of beauty, transformation, and enlightenment inspired by diagrammatic elements and unconscious patterns. Faris pursued his studies and graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Arts from the University Teknologi MARA, Seri Iskandar, focusing on refining his skills in painting and drawing. Faris has been teaching visual art at International Schools in Malaysia for nearly 6 years. Faris enjoys teaching and sharing his knowledge of art with desire to inspire the future generation.



When it comes to art, I have somewhat contradictory desires. I want to make the work, because I feel that there's something interesting that I'd like to share, but I also dread making the work because, often, it's about something that’s very personal, something very vulnerable; and needless to say, revealing our vulnerabilities is universally undesirable. I want, and I do not want. I show, and also, I hide.

These five works consider the duality of "hiding" and "revealing"; specifically, how they can co-exist and what new meanings may emerge from the within. 

All talk no sound I
Oil on canvas 121 x 91cm 2023 RM4,500 / Reserved

All talk no sound ii
Oil and acrylic on canvas 121 x 91cm 2023 RM4,500

Projection on oil and wood panel; CCTV camera | 94.5 x 126.5cm | 2023 Artists collection

Good idea, but…
Oil and canvas strips on canvas 67 x 55cm 2023 RM2,500 / Reserved

Two Minds
Oil and spray paint on canvas 121 x 152cm (Double sided) 2023 RM6,000

Ping (b. 1995, Kuala Lumpur) is a visual artist who works primarily with painting, sculpture and found objects, with an emphasis on how these individual elements interact with each other and the environment that they inhabit. Currently, her interest lies in using symbolism and subtle humour to examine themes of anxiety, expectations, and living with depression. She holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Melbourne and a Diploma of Fine Arts from The One Academy.



My work revolves around storytelling within the human environment, particularly focusing on the intricate relationship between people and their surroundings. This subject matter holds a personal significance for me as my own existence has transitioned from the tranquil ambiance of a village to the bustling environment of a busy metropolis over the past few years. While this urban setting fails to instil a sense of tranquillity within me, I consciously choose to capture and depict its essence through my art, aiming to transform it into something captivating and beautiful.

In my artistic process, I draw inspiration from the vivid imagery of a dense cityscape, such as the vibrant streets of Kuala Lumpur. Utilising my imagination as the primary wellspring of creativity, I construct images that transcend reality, fusing elements from the original city scene with my own imagination. Incorporating principles and elements of art, including lines, forms, spaces, colours, textures, rhythms, harmonies, variations, and balances, I meticulously craft a new visual narrative that conveys the essence and message inherent in the original appearance.

Through my paintings and visuals, I strive to encapsulate the spirit of the urban environment, inviting viewers to delve into the multidimensional layers of these artistic creations. By juxtaposing the chaotic nature of city life with elements of beauty, I aim to elicit contemplation and reflection, offering an alternative perspective on the bustling world we inhabit.

Peaceful Blow
Acrylic on canvas 49.5 x 70cm 2023 RM1,500

Chaotic Environment
Acrylic on Canvas 49.5 x 70cm 2023 RM1,800

Vehicle for Long Journey
Acrylic on canvas 56 x 70cm 2023 RM1,800

Full House
Acrylic on canvas | 92 x 92cm | 2023 RM3,200

Residence has been Closed
Acrylic on canvas | 122.5 x 122.5cm | 2023 | RM4,200 / Reserved

Effi Syafiq Jusoh (b. 1993, Terengganu) lives and works in Selangor. Syafiq arrived in Selangor to pursue a degree in fine arts in UiTM Shah Alam from 2014-2016. He began exhibiting his works in 2016 and has been an active member in the local scene ever since. In Syafiq’s paintings, he combines imaginative scenes and observed surroundings with a focus on cityscapes that are dense and populated. Besides being an exhibiting artist, Syafiq works as a ‘theming artist’ for the construction of theme parks in Malaysia.



My artwork is a reflection of my vision and the experiences I've had in Indonesia. I have a deep appreciation for the stunning natural landscapes and the diverse geographical features that define this country. Each region, from Jogjakarta to Bandung and Jakarta, possesses its own distinct charm and characteristics, which have greatly influenced me as a visual artist.

When creating my art, I take inspiration from the magnificent shapes of mountains and the captivating landscapes that surround them. By merging geometric and organic forms, I seek to capture the essence of each place's unique qualities. This combination allows me to convey the harmony between the structured and the natural, resulting in captivating and evocative compositions.

Acrylic and spray paint on canvas | 92 x 122cm | 2023 RM4,200

Puncak Mekar
Acrylic and spray paint on canvas | 92 x 122cm | 2023 | RM4,200

Acrylic and spray paint on canvas | 92 x 122cm | 2023 |RM4,200

Acrylic and spray paint on canvas | 122 x 152cm | 2023 | RM7,000

Acrylic and spray paint on canvas | 122 x 152cm | 2023 | RM7,000

Muhammad Izzudin Basiron was born in 1994 in Selangor, Malaysia. Izzuddin pursued a diploma and a degree in Fine Arts at UiTM Shah alam from 2012 to 2017. Izzuddin was exposed to the local art scene in 2014 and has been actively exhibiting his works since. Living and working in Kuala Lumpur, Izzuddin finds himself inspired by the local cityscape and reimagines geometric shapes in saturated dreamscapes. Outside of his studio practice, Izzuddin works as a videographer for artists and galleries around Malaysia. Izzuddin has recently exhibited in Taksu Singapore for SAW (Singapore Art Week) and other exhibitions locally and abroad.