KUALA LUMPUR, 10 November 2019 - Malaysia’s first interactive light art exhibition, iNYALA which stands for iNteractive, You, and Light Art is in town. Nyala also means ignite in Bahasa Malaysia. iNYALA’s core objective is to be the platform which promotes new media art, an art form which are created or modified with the integration of technology, changing the way the artwork can be conceptualized, interpreted, created and engaged.
iNYALA 2019 is organized by Helio Media and supported by TNB, REXKL, AirAsia, Yayasan Sime Darby, Passionation, Visit Malaysia 2020, Kini Events, FNL PRJCT and RUBIX.
The interactive light art exhibition features 12 art installations which includes a mix of higher education institutions such as Dasein Academy of Art, Multimedia University (MMU), Raffles College of Higher Education, The One Academy and USCI University, and industry professionals such as Jun Ong, FNL PRJCT and Helio.
The installations uses space to transport audiences from the concrete jungle we reside in, to a unique and immersive digital park with a collection of visual, audio and sensory interactive experiences.
Mindforest by CD-rw, Dasein Academy of Art by Wong Xing Kai, Lim Hui Yee, Low Kin Tuck and Hwa Shee Huei : Mindforest invites viewers to take things slow and relax conveying that our world will be illuminated with hope and positivity when we are calm and tranquil as a peaceful mind will trigger the installation to light up the dark forest into a pleasant colourful LED forest.
Uniarea by Creaters, Dasein Academy of Art by Yip Teng Wei, Chan Wai Fong, Christine Wong Yun Jie and Damian Low Han Yang : Uniarea is a networked interactive application where the audiences can create creatures through their mobile devices and watch them come to life.
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