Lasalle alum, Rifqi Amirul is one emerging artist you’d want to keep on your radars. His most recent series, No Man’s Land, explores the concept of transit and border spaces through painting and drawing on glass and paper. These works are quiet reflections and musings of his daily commute to Malaysia and Singapore, which also happens to be an experience shared by many, albeit not looked into and examined. He probes into the general relationship between people and borders, the role these structures play and the blanket anonymity and isolation that people seem to naturally assume in said structures. Currently exhibited as part of Nyanyi Sunyi (Songs of Solitude), an ongoing curated group show at Gillman Barracks.