Everyone’s A Critic - Between Spaces
Adriana Nordin Manan, Writer, Playwright,Translator
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Two different artists with different styles come together in Between Spaces to reflect on their experiences and emotions during the Covid-19 pandemic. Caryn Koh’s paintings display a pervasive sense of loneliness by using the figure of a woman in soft, pastel tones, while Wong Ming Hao uses his face and figure with acrylic paint-skins to depict an isolated world where people often present a version of themselves. We review the exhibition, and discuss how art has been representing the pandemic.
Everyone's A Critic is jointly presented with CENDANA. For updates on Malaysian arts and culture, visit BASKL.
Image Source: Between Spaces by Caryn Koh and Wong Ming Hao
Produced by: Sharmilla Ganesan
Presented by: Sharmilla Ganesan
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Tags: Evening Edition, Everyone's A Critic, Art, Artists, Visual Art, Pandemic Art, Malaysian Art, Malaysian Artists, Art Exhibition, Online Exhibition