cloud projects is a maker and publisher of critical, intimate, and beautiful books. based in Kuala Lumpur, but with an eye toward Southeast Asia, we work at the intersection of art, architecture, and history. through rigorous research and inventive design, we excavate knowledge networks and forge worlds of possibility.
we are always on the lookout for new writers, artists, designers, collaborators. many of our projects have developed from undergraduate theses, spun from long forgotten manuscripts, or hashed out under the glowing flouresence of a late night mamak sesh. if you've seen some of our previous work and have an idea for a book project, reach out to us via email.
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cloud projects: news
💭️ William Tham, “Wasafiri at Large: Reinventing the Book in Malaysia,“ Wasifiri.
🎙 Sharmilla Ganesan and Rupa Subramaniam, “Everyone’s A Critic: Banned in KL...”, BFM 89.9.
🚨️ Rouwen Lin, “This Malaysian art book project injects punk attitude into historical research,” The Star.
🖌️ William Tham, “Postcards, nostalgia and the reimagining of M'sia,” Malaysiakini.
🏄 “Stream Time: Dive into maritime Melaka to Francis Light’s backstory,” The Star.
🔀 Adriana Nordin Manan, “There are multiple Melakas to see at ‘All The Lands Within the Seas’,” BASKL.
🐠 trans. Rikey Tenn, “Gazing Into Absence 數位荒原,” Nusantara Archive.