Hi, my name is Zul Mahmod. I majored in sculpture at Singapore’s LASALLE-SIA College of the Arts in 1997. I am an associate artist with The Substation, and one of the figureheads in the group of emerging Singaporean contemporary artists. I have exhibited locally and internationally: Thailand, Germany, Japan, Vietnam, Malaysia, Taiwan, Norway and Finland, where I completed artist-in-residence programmes in 2001 and 2004 respectively. I was selected for the 52nd Venice Biennale in Italy for the Singapore Pavilion, along with three other artists. My work is multi-disciplinary, ranging across sound, installation, drawing and sculpture. Each form is inspired and conceived in relation to objects in space. Formally trained in sculpture, I have continued to build and expand my practice over the last three years to include sculpted sound and live sound performances.
Jai Taal by Zakir Hussain
Very spiritual and good for collecting my thoughts in the morning over a cup of coffee.
The Lost Day by Brian Eno
Trippy and relaxing.
Manusia ½ Dewa by Iwan Fals
Thought provoking and makes me wonder about a lot of things in everyday life.
I’ll Be Missing You by P. Diddy featuring Faith Evans
I like the groove and the beats.
You Shook me all Night Long by ACDC
Just gives me energy and motivation.
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