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  • COMMUNICATING THROUGH MURAL ART

    SOH YONG ZHOU (0322123)

    FIONA CHIMWEMWE CHIUDZU (0322041)

    LEE FONG YEN (0321976)

    OMAR LAYAS (0320808)

    MELANIE SOON (0322327)

    LOO SIAH MONG (0321995)

  • LOCATION

    Singing in the Rain 44, Jalan SS 2/66, SS 2, 47300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia

    Bestnya Malaysiaku SS World Wellness SS2/67, SS 2, 47300 PETALING

    JAYA, SELANGOR, MALAYSIA

  • Kedai Gunting Rambut Lyla Restaurant Ipoh Sedap, SS2/63, SS 2,

    47300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia

    STREETS OF PENANG Restaurant Ipoh Sedap, SS2/63, SS 2, 47300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia

    LOCATION

  • SINGING IN THE RAINMURAL #1

  • ARTIST BACKGROUND

    MURAL ART BY: FAIZ YUNUS

    WOH JING HAO KAR LAI

    STUDIO SELIPAR IS A GROUP OF ARTISTS WHO WISH TO PORTRAY THE LEISURE OF LIFE THROUGH ART

  • Malaysia is a newly industrialised

    country, so generally, people are very

    busy trying to make a living. The hectic

    peace of life means that we tend to ignore

    a lot of things that are

    happening around us.

    DESCRIPTION

  • concepts

    Selective Perception The coloured letter M.

    Malaysians see the letter as Malaysia, while tourist may see it

    as an ordinary letter.

    Body language/Movement People painted in black

    stands in a stiff and straight position, while the coloured ones move

    freely and comfortably.

    Similarity-Black vs. Colour Black- People experiencing depressed and hectic life

    Coloured- Free from worrisome in life

    Interpretation of Perception Uses colour to portrays the life of

    Malaysians Being too focused on their hectic life, thus neglecting

    happiness around them.

    Symbol/Object-Umbrella The group of people can be seen trying to avoid

    the rainbow rain by using umbrellas.

  • BESTNYA MALAYSIAKUMURAL #2

  • Bestnya Malaysiaku by N4

    One of the competitors from the Wall Art Competition organised by

    Damansara Utamas and MBPJ for SS2

    ARTIST BACKGROUND

  • The main idea behind the mural art Bestnya Malaysiaku

    is to bring out the beauty of different cultures in

    Malaysia. The sarung represents the Malay culture, the

    Henna and the bracelet represents the Indian culture

    and the Chinese Opera makeup and the scarf around his

    neck represents the Chinese culture, while The hibiscus

    represents Malaysia. All of the races living in Malaysia

    and moving forward together towards a brighter future

    DESCRIPTION

  • concepts Figure & Ground Figure- The guy with the hibiscus (focused attention)

    Ground- The background behind.

    Artefacts or Objects The clothing, henna, makeup and jewelries represents the

    different cultures identity

    Symbol-Identity The Petronas Twin Tower and the hibiscus represents our

    national identity, Malaysia.

    Intercultural Communication Sarung- Malay culture

    Bracelet and henna- Indian culture Scarf and Chinese Opera Makeup- Chinese culture

    Perception The mural art depicts the many different cultures in Malaysia such as

    Malay, Chinese and Indian living in harmony.

  • KEDAI GUNTING RAMBUT LYLAMURAL #3

  • Kedai Gunting Rambut by Lyla

    She won second runner-up for the wall art competition Bestnya

    Malaysiaku

    ARTIST BACKGROUND

  • The artist relates the mural to Indian barbers who have been styling the hair of Malaysian men and boys. They are part and parcel of the Malaysian culture. The mural depicts the ambience inside a barber

    shop which has likely remained the same for the last 30 years.

    DESCRIPTION

  • concepts

    Clothing The cheongsam worn by the lady and sarung and

    songkok by the man represent the cultures of both Chinese and Malay respectively.

    Time-Flashback Looking back into the past by viewing

    pictures of artists from the olden days.

    Stereotyping Indian barber shop having only

    men and boys as their customers.

    Selective Perception Barber pole being a sign used to signify the

    place where they perform their craft.

    Cross-cultural communication Chinese and Malay workers can be seen

    working in an Indian barber shop

    Posture and movement The boy sits straight and moves his head to the side to indicate that he is getting a trim

    from the barber.

  • STREETS OF PENANGMURAL #4

  • Streets of Penang by Stuart from Mural Malaysia

    Freelancer Mural Artist, Painter of interior and exterior walls, Canvas artist and Prop maker.

    Studied Graphic Design. Worked in the industry for the past 8 years as a

    freelance. Worked for the art department crew and

    created/made props for TV Commercials before painting murals.

    ARTIST BACKGROUND

  • The mural is drawn using a vintage watercolour style. The artist tries to introduce the identity and culture of Baba Nyonya in Malaysia by portraying the streets of Penang in the restaurant. Through the

    painting, people would be able to understand the origins of the food and the types of food sold by a Nyonya Restaurant and how they run businesses in the market.

    DESCRIPTION

  • concepts

    Mass Communication The street depicts communication between people

    from various backgrounds in a public locationObject - Trishaw

    Trishaw can only be seen in a few places in Malaysia. Trishaw is used in Penang as a form of tourist attraction.

    Proximity In the mural, the people who are walking closely to each other shows that there is a proximity where they can be

    perceived as a group of people.

    Body Language A guy can be seen lending a hand to a boy. His

    body posture shows that he is moving forward to help the little boy, while his hand gestures and movement shows that he is lending a hand.

    Cultural Identity The various attires and skin colours represents the

    different cultural identities in the streets of Penang in Malaysia

  • Throughout this EPC project, we were able to develop a feeling of appreciation towards mural arts. Not only that, we were

    also able to pay more attention to non-verbal communication in the surroundings.

    conclusion

  • http://www.slideshare.net/lyvierchia/epc-project-2-mural-art-slides

    https://www.facebook.com/muralmalaysia?hc_location=ufi

    http://www.penang-traveltips.com/uncovering-the-history-of-the-peranakan.htm

    http://muralmalaysia.blogspot.my/2015/07/ss2-nyonya-restaurant-vintage.html

    REFERENCE

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