I hope you enjoyed the first part of the conversation with Naima. It was really a pleasure to hear about art from the perspective of an art journalist and know more about the art scene in Singapore and Indonesia. Definitely art that I look forward to learning more about. For the second part, we delve into the project coming up about the solo show of artist Eddy Susanto and the story behind the Graphic novels. During the interview Naima also shares some advice for new writers starting out and wonderful podcasts and books to feed our knowledge bugs. Let’s dive into the second part of this interview.
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