Monday, March 29, 2010

MAP kl @Solaris Dutamas


From MAPkl's facebook:

"MAP – KL’s New Arts Platform

MAP is opening its doors on the 27th of March 2010 with a 2-day arts festival. Activities include music, art, sculpture, performances, installations, talks, workshops and art markets alongside social and individual empowerment activities. The festival will introduce MAP’s two spaces: a 6,000 sq ft gallery and a 200-seater experimental theatre named the White Box and Black Box respectively.

In the works is an exciting program of community oriented activities that encompasses the widest possible diversity of creative content. MAP will provide opportunities for arts and cultural producers from multidisciplinary backgrounds. As a meeting point between artists, curators, critics and the public, it will serve as a catalyst for the exchange and exploration of contemporary ideas.

MAP is located in Solaris Dutamas. Details can be obtained via their website, www.mapkl.org or call Alex at 019-3222932, Erna at 012-2310961 or Sze at 013-3330852."

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I was there on the first day of opening, at about 7pm. A lot of people. A lot of artsy people.

Well, they have white box as gallery and black box as experimental theatre, which is cool. But the coolest part on the opening day was the free flow of finger food! haha~

one of the performances.

art piece: tiger
exposed. nobody cares but taking photos.
including me.

beautiful blue sky outside white box.

still existing. can we stop using it?

butoh dance.

the battle between soldiers and ultramen.
who wins? 

Well, let's hope for more great performances in KL and PJ area.
Since we have so many performing ground.

Also looking forward to dance performance on this coming Friday at TAS@Lot 10.



2 comments:

  1. i heard there were also free flow of beers :p

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  2. hoyoyi: oh i saw people with beer, but i thought they have to pay for that~ if free then the organizer was so generous!

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