There’s something very different in the air. Malaysia’s eternal summer has begun to feel like spring, and it’s infected everyone with optimism and light. After the 9th of May, the apathy you could feel come off the city streets have begun to be replaced by a sense of hope. It isn’t just the end the end of a 61-year ruling party that has tirelessly censored, imprisoned and stolen from us. It’s the start of a new arts industry.
In an effort to spice up our metropolitan skies with style, Art in The City brings to the people an outdoor art display initiative to create a deeper appreciation and awareness on our Malaysian arts and cultural landscape!
Starting from the 22nd of January to the 9th of March 2018, AITC is opening up submissions for your artwork to be showcased on skyscrapers across Kuala Lumpur!
When I heard that Ian Nathaniel’s I’M ENTERTAINMENT was doing an exhibit style production on mental health, I thought, “That sounds like a Duality ripoff.” Not that I didn’t like Duality – it had an interesting take on sexuality with a rather interesting concept, and I’m all for more newer forms of theatre- it’s just that i just did not trust this production to be able to pull it off well by giving justice to the content it was presenting.
And I was right!