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Collection of works by Amir Zainorin as featured in the COVID Surreality virtual exhibition. The exhibition consists of a slide show, static image display and a link to a virtual space exhibition, hosted on the Artsteps.com platform. This collection is envisioned to be a permanent feature on the website, until such a time the artist requests for its removal. Purchases of prints shall also be made available via the website’s shop or via Facebook and Instagram shops.

The world over has pretty much come to a standstill due to COVID-19, the respiratory disease caused by the very infectious MERS-2-CoV virus. It has disrupted our daily lives, and in many countries, citizens are in various levels of lockdown, housebound except to go out for necessary supplies or for medical treatment under strict movement control in many locations including in Malaysia. But art goes on, and for Denmark-based multidisciplinary visual artist Amir Zainorin, the circumstance the world finds itself in has given him the impetus to create. COVID Surreality is a series of “performances” by Amir, captured on as still images, a lighter side of life in lockdown. Despite the grimness of COVID-19, Amir soldiers on with art, and created this series of works in the belief that everyone needs some respite, and that laughter is indeed the best medicine.

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