Nurul Azlan


Nurul Azlan is a PhD Candidate at the Chair of Design as Politics, TU Delft, where she is working on her dissertation; Seditious Spaces: Protest in Postcolonial Kuala Lumpur. Nurul is interested in the power structure that shapes and governs public space in postcolonial societies, and how social media plays a role in redistributing that power.

Bersih 4: Street Protests as a Form of City Making


In the same way that power is represented through the urban form, the occupation of iconic...