HARTA Unveils “Interwoven Realities”: An Exhibition Exploring Perception and Blurring Boundaries

Dato' Sri Meer, with guests at HARTA Interwoven Realities Event

HARTA, which stands for HABIB: Action for the Revival of our Traditions and Arts, continues its mission to champion Malaysian heritage and cultural dialogue with its latest exhibition, Interwoven Realities. Opening its doors on April 18th and running until May 11th, 2024, this exhibition brings together 32 talented artists, each offering a unique perspective on the complexities and connections that shape our world.

One of the artwork presented at HARTA Interwoven Realities Exhibition (Shapeshifters by Xeem Noor)

Interwoven Realities invites visitors on a captivating journey that challenges the way we perceive the world. Curated by fine art consultant Sarah Abu Bakar, the exhibition boasts a diverse array of established and emerging talents. Among the featured artists are Anniketyni Madian, Nor Tijan Firdaus, Fazrin Abdul Rahman, Nini Marini, and Agnes Lau.

(From left) Lim Ming Guang (Jakob van Klang), Danielle Lin, Xeem Noor and Adam Ummar (Univorso), some of the talented artists presented at HARTA Interwoven Realities Exhibition
Lesley Cheam, Miss Universe Malaysia ’22 with Karwai Chan, Artist at HARTA Interwoven Realities Exhibition

The exhibition explores the intersection of different realities and the blurring of boundaries through various artistic styles and mediums. From abstract works that delve into essence to digital art that merges technology and creativity, Interwoven Realities offers a multifaceted exploration of our shared reality.

The exhibition is further enriched by the inclusion of seven distinct thematic narratives woven by the artists:

  • Abstraction: Where form dissolves into essence.
  • Digital Art: The convergence of technology and creativity.
  • Figurative: The depths of human experience.
  • Geometric Lines: The harmony of tradition, materiality, and introspection.
  • Sculptures: Manifesting artistic vision in three dimensions.
  • Text-Based Art: The fusion of semantics and graphics.
  • Textile, Fibre, and Alternative Art: The curation of emotive expressions.

Don’t miss this opportunity to delve into the captivating world of Interwoven Realities. Visit HARTA located at Level 1, Lot 93-95 Lorong Memanda 2, 68000 Ampang Selangor, between April 18th and May 11th, 2024, and embark on a journey of artistic discovery.

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