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The Star: Art Installation by Jun Hao Ong

Published Dec 2, 2015

Created by Malaysian artist Jun Hao Ong, “The Star” is a four storey-high art installation located in an old building in Butterworth, Malaysia.

The public installation is comprised of steel cables and more than 500 meters of LED lights.

According to the artist, the star is a “glitch in current political and cultural climate of the country, it is a manifestation of the sterile conditions of Butterworth, a once thriving industrial port and significant terminal between the mainland and island.”

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