Metaphors about Islands

Metaphors about Islands: A Contemporary Art Exchange Program in Religious and Occult Studies between Taiwan and Southeast Asia

“Metaphors about Islands” uses islands as metaphors to depict abstract concepts such as relationships between groups and individuals, different types of political cultures, collective narratives, forgotten histories, and ideal futures. By carefully organizing the contextual connections such as the origins of religions, colonial histories, geographical locations and cultures, it develops a relational graph of religion in Southeast Asia.
In this program, Peng, Tsai-Hsuan, Director of Waley Art Taiwan and the curator Sandy Hsiu-chih Lo invite Taiwanese artists Zhang, Xu-Zhan, Lin, Yi-Chi and Chen, Chun-Yu, collaborating with Malaysian artist collective Lostgens’ as well as Indonesian artist collectives Gudskul, Pind.Ink, Blanco Benz Atelier and Studio Malya.
Exhibition in Malaysia
Opening 13/11/2021 8pm
Exhibition Date|2021/11/13 (Sat.)–11/28 (Sun.)
Mon. Off
Tue. – Fri. 14:00 – 20:00
Sat. – Sun. 14:00 – 21:00
by apointment
+60 19-683 8397(Yeoh) +60 16 938 8775 (JJ)
Venue|Lostgens’ (8c, Jalan Panggong, 50000 Kuala Lumpur,,Malaysia.
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