Artist Alya Hatta will be showcasing her solo exhibition in Zhan entitled “Playground”. The series talks about the bittersweet ups and downs of entering adulthood, as well as key moments that helped shape Hatta’s practice. It’s a self-confessional discography of her life as her art pieces explore several expressions: joy, sadness, danger, and love.
In our world of excess, is anything truly ever enough? This exhibition by Adam Zainal and Lim Li Wei explores quality, quantity, demands, and expectations. Under the quality and quantity segment, viewers will see the collection of artefacts from Adam’s grandfather, Shahrum Yub, who collected over 200 objects thanks to his idea to have a Malay World Museum.
Meanwhile, in the demand and expectation segment, Li Wei looks inwards to his identity and relationships with the things around him. The use of everyday objects placed in uncomfortable and awkward positions creates a tension, beckoning the question: what do we do in situations like these?
There are many facets and techniques when it comes to pottery-making. If you’d like to experience it for yourself, join this class that focuses on coiling, an ancient method of pottery-making. For RM150 per pax, you’ll also get materials such as clay, tools, glazing and firing.
If you’re a fan of the local performing arts scene, you’ll be happy to know that Seni Tiga#10 : Impermanence will be having a restage from January 17 to January 19 Jan 2020.
“Held during the month of the highest rain fall, nature creeps in to Kongsi KL as rain falls within its confined spaces. Its deep route of industry is transfigured, aged with water and sand, where the self and the infinite can be reflected.”
This day workshop will be conducted by Evey Kwong of Futurprimitiv in collaboration with Thary Gazi Goh, an ecologist at the University of Malaya. Participants will learn how to weave and also explore possibilities of the local and overlooked resources found in and around the Botanical Garden of University Malaya. Skills include twining, braiding, coiling, plaiting and sewing foraged materials.
Kedah-born artist Siund Tan will be holding a solo art exhibition at Suma Orientalis centring fables, folklores, mysteries, adventures, events, opinions, history, and stories. His works explore how these aspects become larger than life when the only mode people see them is through the idiot box. His narratives are displayed on canvas with elements of nostalgia.