Let the Shadows Speak, A Visual Travelogue
by Murni Mastan
About the Book
After her beloved Uncle's passing from HIV in 1997, Murni decided to hop on a plane with only $200 in her pocket to various continents.
This is her visual journal, mostly from the South East Asian trips. based on the notion of her traveling feet, and her own shadow. Enjoy.
**5% of every book sale will directly be donated to International Human Foundation (www.ihfonline.org), for the underprivileged children and organization Murni works closely with in Aceh, Indonesia**
Features & Details
- Category Arts & Photography
Standard Landscape, 10×8 in, 25×20 cm
- Publish Date Apr 23, 2008
- Tags murni mastan, mo selle, elyse avella, alle majeed, coen van putten, shirin chawla, angkot wat, sae institute, ministry of sound, supe sampler, shadow, feet, travel, visual, art, photography, love, solo, cambodia, auckland, vietnam, california, vj, candi, borobudur, buddha, scooter, singapore, lasalle-sia, lasalle, muine, saigon, dalat, lomography, lomo, aceh, tsunami, international, humanity
Murni Mastan (aka Mo Selle) is a Singapore based multi-disciplinary visual artist. The genesis of her artistry derives from synchronicity between philosophy, spirit of art, culture and the evocation of music. As a VJ, she redefines the purpose of existence through various rites of passage by watching the procreation of sound and light. Her intent to demystify technology results in unwitting hypnosis on the tip of her triggers. Helming the booth of Ministry Of Sound 2005-2008, Mo works alongside top name DJ's from all over the world weekly. She also came from various spectrum. Her contribution in the industry inclusive of media consultation and music / film event management via SAE Institute (School Of Audio Engineering), live visual theater performances, to a much more intensified present quest, tipping cultural anthropology through stories as a freelance screenwriter and film director. After a formal training in Multimedia, she is now on her journey for her education in Film Arts.