Ma’ Nżul ix-Xemx
Held through a collaboration between I+A (Malta) and Singal Alpha (China), Ma’ Nżul ix-Xemx guides visitors through a journey through sensory similarities between the two cities which, at first glance may appear to be totally different from each other.
Four individual works of art will be set up. These will create a deconstructive version of these two cities.
The 4 works of Art are:
An audiovisual installation that aims to present distinct auditory cues from Valletta and Beijing.
Cityscape aims to build on City Steps by taking auditory-visual cues to create a sensory experience that fuses Valletta and Beijing into one Cityscape
Memory Chamber will connect the visitors with inanimate objects which represent the capital cities of Malta and China.
The concluding installation will be Sunset field; a contemplative space where two sunsets reacting in sync will represent a sunset in Valletta and a sunset in Beijing.
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A&CV SPONSOR PAPER CONSERVATION:
Arts & CULTURE VICTORIA DIRECTORS;
Dr Malcolm Borg and Dr Samantha Fabry have presented FSKAA representative Prior Rev. Fr Alexander Cauchi with Paper Conservation materials directed for the Music Archives. The Music Archives at the Interpretation Centre are an extensive collection of scores which are currently being digitised.
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