Mohd. Firdaus Mohd. Herrow is a lecturer at Universiti Selangor (UNISEL) and a visual artist who focuses on creating artworks based on experimental and alternative processes. He graduated in Industrial Design and Photography: Creative Imaging and is currently pursuing his Ph.D. in Interactive New Media at Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM), Penang. His artworks have been displayed across the country and abroad in France, Russia, Australia, Indonesia, and India.
Mankind shares a common existence with Nature, and although it is often said that technology will advance human existence and development, humans are firmly entwined with Mother Nature. I see the role of Nature as a reassuring and sedative sanctuary, as I embark on a journey of knowing and believing in the Creator.
Using a series of multiple exposures as the main technique in order to create a projection of my artwork my process is 'controlled chaos' which, learning from experience and empiricism has taught me about the restrictions and limits of the technique. My process 'let go' of that order and control.