Festival Highlight


Visual Arts


Day 1: 11.00 am - 8.00 pm

Day 2: 11.00 am - 8.00 pm

Front Lawn

Rapid development has caused people to pay less attention to themselves. The percentage of people experiencing mental health problems is increasing and is gradually spreading to the young.

This installation’s concept is inspired by the Kaleidoscope. Their intention is to encourage people to pay attention to the small details that happen in our daily life, things that we often ignore. The different angles of those mirrors remind people to try to see things from other points of view, we might find something more meaningful. They created a pentagon form to give volume and depth to the installation. The centre is placed with a sensor globe light. It will transform the installation lights when the visitor interact with or touches the globe light. It creates an infinite reflection effect by the mirrors like Kaleidoscope.

Material & fabrication by CAN-I Interior Fit-Out Sdn. Bhd.


Malaysian Institute of Art, BA Interior Architecture, Year 2 Students:
Loong Emen
Yek Kai Jia

William Chew & Pam Lim

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