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Where Arts Go Down In A Gudang

Doris Quek, curator, KongsiKL | Tay Tat Sing, co-founder, KongsiKL

07-Apr-18 13:00

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What happens when a group of arts innovators from diverse backgrounds got together, with a used warehouse at their disposal? They might just make an arts sharing space out of it, as the Kakikongsi group did for KongsiKL. Central to this establishment is the idea of 'kongsi', where artists and performers share creative resources and stage events that are cohesive with the immediate space and community. Doris and Tat Sing join us this week to share how KongsiKL is shaping up to be an exciting hub for all walks of artists, and unwrap their approach of 'kongsi' in experimenting with art and spaces of memories.


Produced by: Daryl Ong, Haniff Baharudin

Presented by: Haniff Baharudin


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Tags:  I Love KLKongsiKLKakikongsiGudang Yee Sengarchitectureexperimental artused spaceswarehouseOld Klang RoadJalan Klang LamacommunitysharingkongsiartistperformerkongsiklanglamaVisual ArtsPerforming Arts

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