Reflection of Life within the Context of Electronic Waste Art

Main Article Content

Muhammad Sukor Romat
Ramlan a.k.a Razlan Abdullah
Farid Raihan Ahmad
Noor Azzanny Jamaludin


This project was engaged closely in how the reflection of autobiographical factors was utilised and expanded into artwork dealing with electronic waste art features. The artwork that was formed was developed through the process of understanding the inquiries of electronic fabrication from the previous work that related to the formation of new work. The artwork was created and associated with the changes and the transformation of installation and reflection of life home place artwork. This project shared the potential of the new form of the object within the context of electronic waste and represented contemporary strategies in creative artwork making.

Article Details

How to Cite
Romat, M. S. ., Abdullah, R. a.k.a R. ., Ahmad, F. R. ., & Jamaludin, N. A. . (2022). Reflection of Life within the Context of Electronic Waste Art. Journal of ASIAN Behavioural Studies, 7(22), 41–54.


Burns, R. (Director). (2006). Andy Warhol A Documentary Film [Motion Picture].

Christian, D., Jonathan, O. A., Michael W. A., Kafui T.A., Patrick K. (2022). Assessment of perceptions and practices of electronic waste management among commercial consumers in Ho, Ghana. Sustainable Environment, 8(1), 1–16. (SCOPUS-Index)

Clark, A. (2003). Natural Born Cyborgs: Minds, Technologies, and the Future of Human Intelligence. Oxford University Press.

Cooper, T. (2000). Weee, Weee, Weee, Weee, All the Way Home? An Evaluation of Proposed Electrical and Electronic Waste Legislation. European Environment, 121-130. (SCOPUS-Index)

Geddes, P. (1968). Cities in evolution: An introduction to the town planning movement and the study of civics. London: Ernest Benn.

Gott, R., & Robertson, R. (2001). The Three Waves of Globalisation. London: Zed Books.

Hine, C. (2000). Virtual ethnography. London: Sage.

Jeremy Adam Smith, & Jason Marsh. (n.d.). The Greater Good Science Center. Retrieved January 6, 2012, from The Greater Good The Science of a Meaningful Life:

Leonard Y. Andaya. (2011, October 22). Melayu kini boleh sehebat Melayu dahulu. 25. (Mohd Noor A. Rahman, Interviewer) Berita Harian.

Lithgow, M., & Wall, K. (2019). Sympathy for the abject: (re)assessing assemblages of waste with an embedded artist-in-residence. Journal of Aesthetics & Culture, 11, 1682224. (SCOPUS-Index)

Malaysia. (2002). Akta Kerajaan Perancangan Bandar dan Desa (Akta 172).

Mohamed Arif, N., & Jalaluddin Abdul, M. (1995). Ciri-ciri bandaraya bistari Pusat Pentadbiran Putrajaya; Konsep dan perlaksanaan. Kuala Lumpur: Institut Sistem Mikroelektronik Malaysia (MIMOS).

Needhidasan, S., Samuel, M., & Chidambaram, R. (2014). Electronic waste – an emerging threat to the environment of urban India. J Environ Health Sci Engineer, 12, 36. (SCOPUS-Index)

Popper, K. R. (1979). Objective knowledge: An evolutionary approach. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Ratcliffe, J. (1981). An introduction to town and country planning. London: Hutchinson.

Rozana Sani. (2009, July 13). Toxic E-Waste. Tech & U, pp. 4-5.

Shanken, E. A. (2009). Art and Electronic Media. London: Phaidon Press Limited.

Shannon Binns, Eliza Kretzmann, Monica Kurpiewski, Sungah Lee, Seth Carlson, Safet Marke, et al. (2006). S510: E-waste Recycling Promotion and Consumer Protection Act. Columbia University

Shields, R. (2003). The virtual. London: Routledge.

T. K. Sabapathy, R. P. (1983). Modern Artists of Malaysia. Kuala Lumpur : Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka, Ministry of Education.

Zainal Kling. (2009). Islam dan Kebudayaan Alam Melayu. In A. Publications, Malaysia: Transformasi & Perubahan. Kuala Lumpur: Arah Publications.

Zakaria Ali. (2012). Teori-teori seni: bacaan pilihan. Selangor: Univison Press Sdn Bhd