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Yasmine, Yasmine and Yasmine


Monday 24 January 2022 (Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei)

17:12 I’ve been hone the whole day today,

            Im not feeling too well, 

            Major Gastric reflux. Runs in the family.

            But few days ago I had an Interesting, a little bit pointless, conversation

            With Yasmine and Yasmine.

Collaborators are ;

Ning Chou (


Nurin Yusof ( ,

I—Nurin, the hosting physical body for all Nurins’, is concerned with creating and giving space for Nurins’ of different versions to establish their existence. Currently, this occurs through the negotiation of hidden and publicly showcased ecosystems of Nurins’. The different Nurins’ and their corresponding web and traces of selves may overlap, but the general inquiry is to continuously commodify ‘Nurin’ beyond its identity, physicality and location globally, as a paradoxical attempt to exist everywhere and infiltrate everything, whilst simultaneously disappearing in plain sight.

This negotiation of physicality and self-ownership is being explored through performance and performative acts, service acts as well as continuous use of text and narration to further toy with ideas of authority and the movement of identity power dynamics within the individual and beyond it, specifically by engaging the audience and/or collaborator(s).




Yasmine Aminanda

Yasmine Aminanda explores the idea of time passing and themes of the ‘mundane’ in daily life through Performance, Time Based media and Archive as Moving Image. They mainly use the narrative of journals and inner monologues as ‘everyday performances’. Process is the key element of their work, symbolic of their search of an identity and a belonging when growing up diasporic. As well as the concept of staying still versus the march of time and everything else in between to represent the bigger picture of ‘Yasmine Aminanda’, be it as a person, an artist or an artwork. Yasmine is part of the south east asian diaspora collective Unamed, and their work has been shown Malaysia, Indonesia and London including the National Visual Gallery of Kuala Lumpur, Maybank National Gallery Malaysia, and has performed in Live Art Development Agency and Tate Exchange.