In an enchanting fusion of art and language, the “My Words Won’t Change the World” exhibition invites you to explore the mesmerizing potential of words through a visually captivating lens.
Inspired by the poetic collection “My Poems Won’t Change the World” by Patrizia Cavalli, this exhibition embodies a whimsical spirit of hopefulness while intricately weaving the influence of language into each artist’s unique social context.
As you step into this immersive experience, you are not just a spectator; you become a reader, rekindling the lost art of reading from diverse visual perspectives. The journey through this artistic tapestry unfolds like traversing portals into the worlds of the featured artists. Walls transform into playful, immersive canvases adorned with letters, words, and phrases, thanks to the enchanting technique of video-mapping.
This exhibition is a testament to the creative synergy of motion, sound design, graphic wizardry, and typography. It unlocks the expressive potential of words, elevating them to an art form in their own right. The showcase features visionary individuals and collectives who deeply contemplate the significance of letters, words, phrases, and their meanings in their creative pursuits.
Mark your calendars for the opening weekend, from September 8th to September 10th, where entry is absolutely FREE. Yes, you read that right! It’s an inspiring journey you wouldn’t want to miss. For those beyond the opening weekend, the entrance fees are as follows:
- Muzium Telekom: RM 15
- Children under 17 years old: FREE [A delightful surprise for families!]
“My Words Won’t Change the World” is more than an exhibition; it’s an exploration of the transformative power of language when entwined with the boundless realms of creativity. Join us on this captivating linguistic odyssey, where words dance to the rhythm of imagination and where, just maybe, they could change the world.
– Grafis Nusantara [@grafisnusantara]
– Jwohan Lim [@j.hlim]
– NABILLA WARDHANA [@wardhanabilla]
– Naufalrel [@naufalrel]
– TypeDistortDecay [@typedistortdecay]
Exhibition Producer: Abdul Shakir [@abdulsha_k], DAG