The Ever-Wet Zone is a zine by Tiyan Baker that uses images taken on Bidayǔh lands. It brings together Indigenous stories, ecosystem research and colonial histories from Borneo to propose new wet ways of thinking, moving and being.
The Ever-Wet Zone (2021) was a commission by disorganising, a joint project by West Space, Bus Projects and Liquid Architecture. Graphic design by Alanna Roy Bentley, images by Lucy Alcorn.
Tiyan Baker is a Malaysian Bidayǔh/Anglo Australian artist who makes video and installation art. Their practice with sites of contemporary cultural crises, and use documentary techniques and digital processes to question established discourses and reveal bias, frailty and failure.