- Speaker/ People Involved: Open for Public
- Venue: Ground Floor Atrium, Fahrenheit88
- Date: 26 Nov – 25 Dec 2022
- Time: 10.00am to 10.00pm
- Total Attendees: 47 persons
The ground floor atrium of Fahrenheit88 in Kuala Lumpur has been transformed into a luminous world of technicolour light cubes, squares and pixels at the iNYALA exhibition. The month-long show is a spatial experience that features 17 art installations in LED display cubes, which includes one giant cube, a dozen smaller cubes by university students and works by Japan-based digital artist and designer Kaoru Tanaka, local design agency FabU and artist-architect Jun Ong.
These cube installations have live media art mapped onto the digital canvases, creating a vivid field of visual spectacle overlapped with soundtrack curated by award-winning music production company Inner Voices Productions, allowing visitors to immerse themselves in real-life data which reveals the past and present of pressing issues in Malaysia
The exhibit iNYALA 2022 revolves around the theme of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), a comprehensive set of goals to end poverty, protect our planet and improve living conditions of the global population.
The digital artworks on display invite the audience to contemplate on Malaysia’s progress in achieving a balanced human, social, economic and environmental sustainability through a combination of data, visual, sound, space and light.
In the open call for student submissions earlier this year, the organizer invited proposals for generative artwork based on any of these Goals. The most popular themes chosen by the students for their artwork were “Climate Action” and “Good Health And Well-Being”.