If life likens a river… – A Photography Exhibition
In ancient Greece, there was a saying: “You could step twice into the same river.” As change is the only constant element in this world, people constantly pursue, achieve and lose.
Birth as the beginning; we flows towards death. In this river of life, every object we see along the bank cannot be held tangibly. However, photography grant us the wish to keep a fragment of the objects with light. Light as dust, nonetheless – They remind us that we once exist in life.
Date: 4th to 12th Nov 2017
Time: 10.00am to 7.00pm
Venue: White Box, Publika Shopping Mall, Jln Dutamas 1, KL.
Enquiries: 019-2990948 (DevLee)
ABOUT 10th KL Butoh Festival
The KL Butoh Festival is celebrating its 10th year and has announced an awesome lineup of performances, exhibitions and master classes. The Festival kicks off with a double bill of butoh performances starring a piece “Earth Child” by two senior Butoh masters Koichi Tamano and Hiroko Tamano, “Wooden Face” by NyobaKan and “The Goddess of Mercy” solo by Lee Swee Keong.
Furthermore, the KL Butoh Festival wants to be identified and connected to the city where it is held. The Butoh Festival is presenting a photography exhibition titled “If life likens a river….” by DevLee and a painting exhibition titled “Looking Within: Image Without” by Loh Bok Lai. Performing and presenting during an exhibition is a whole new experience, within the space, installation and performance.
The festival will be held from 3rd to 12th November 2017 at Black Box & White Box, Publika Shopping Mall and 11th Nov 2107 at Take a Shot • Studio Cafe. Ticketing information is posted online on KL Butoh Festival’s Facebook @klbutohfest or by phone at 012 362 2939.
Presented by: NyobaKan
Partners: MAP | PUBLIKA
Supported by: Japan Foundation Asia Center | MyDance Alliance | Citta Yoga |
Aku Café | Take a shot studio café | DPAC | Theatrex | Butoh SOUBI SHA