JAMES SEET – ‘RE:SONANCE’

26feb(feb 26)11:00 am13mar(mar 13)6:00 pmJAMES SEET – ‘RE:SONANCE’KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA
Mayalsian artist James Seet new show ‘RE:SONANCE’ will show 20 new pieces of work to be displayed and performed, each bearing interesting markings on the clay surface, using carbon trapping technique with organic matter and minerals as well as some with glazes mixed with wood ash.

Event Details

James Seet – ‘RE:SONANCE’ 

26 February – 13 March 2022 

APW, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 

I work with clay as it requires me to work with my hands and it’s a way for me to reconnect with the earth and ground me with its healing and regenerative vibrations. I can touch, see, feel, and can almost taste it” said James Seet 

James Seet has created 20 pieces of work to be displayed and performed, each bearing interesting markings on the clay surface, using carbon trapping technique with organic matter and minerals as well as some with glazes mixed with wood ash. The results are patterns resembling clouds, plants, flowers and even the nebula. Each smoke-fired piece is a unique record of collaboration between heat, chemistry with creativity and incorporated the five elements of metal, wood, water, fire and earth in the concept of harmony. 

The works are wind and percussion instruments. They are made to creates unique sounds when played. It is designed as a form of sound healing therapy. This is an exhibition and performance event involving sensorial outputs that is visual, auditory and tactile. The main invited collaborator to perform is with Haba, which is an independent music group by Thong and Kent Lee. They will explore the sounds with the work. Artists of different disciplines from dancers to classical guitarist, Chinese traditional flutist to vocal and visual artists are invited to interact and engage with intervention when re:sonance is performed. The artists are: Aiwei Foo, Blue Monk, Buddha Beat, FrhythmS Percussion, Teebai, Winnie Xuan and YSTang. 

Image Credit: Richard Koh Fine Art 

 

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Time

February 26 (Saturday) 11:00 am - March 13 (Sunday) 6:00 pm

Location

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia