Shiela Samsuri is the best kind of over-thinker (she hopes). As a child, she harbored a curiosity towards stars twinkling high up above. While uncertain of the exact nature of astronomy, her yearning to understand the stars was hindered by the limited career prospect and her actual fear of heights.
Today, for most of the waking hours, her curiosities are directed in her role as an identity designer in a unit called R+. In her own time, she continues her inquiry in subjects of all sorts. Sometimes, this resulted in her making 4,474 colorful inedible pills, some days it is about capturing colors of mineral waters, and some nights it is about scouting nice tarmac in her neighborhood.
Recently she has been thinking whether mosquitoes actually derive pleasure from biting humans, or could they be secretly resistant to it? Perhaps it's her life’s mission to see that question through, as she draws quietly in her own studio (bedroom).