Media & Press

The Star Online
BROWSE through hard drives, memory cards or cloud storages and one is likely to find caches of rejected images with no useful purpose. With digital technology allowing photographs to be taken effortlessly, clicking away has become second nature in daily life. Read more

The Star Online
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Malay Mail
'Digital Waste': Exploration of human dependence, focus on the virtual world

Malay Mail
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Penang Happenings
George Town Festival has become one of Malaysia’s – and Asia’s – must-see events. This year, the festival returns from August 4 until September 2, 2018. With this year’s exciting line-up of programmes, here are our top 5 programmes that we are definitely looking forward to!

Penang Happenings
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Penang Free Sheet
Madhvee Deb’s solo exhibition opened as part of George Town Festival. Featuring 10 large photographs and also sculptures and a video, the intent is to focus the mind on what happens to the vast number of digital photos taken that are then rejected or forgotten.

Penang Free Sheet
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Post Code Penang

MINDFULNESS AND DIGITAL WASTE

On behalf of I, me and myself, the humble response is “guilty as charged.” A photo and video exhibition by Madhvee Deb called Digital Waste: the Sweet Smell of Burning, is taking place in George Town and highlights the behavioural issues of taking excessive photographs and a disproportionate exchange of worthless information on social media.

Post Code Penang
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George Town Festival

DIGITAL WASTE: THE SWEET SMELL OF BURNING

Art | Malaysia



George Town Festival
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MIA Singapore Edition
Event speaker at the MIA and Design Fair Singapore

MIA Singapore Edition
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