The word ‘chamber’ is used today to describe a public space made for the purpose of formal meetings or official events. It was, however, historically used to denote a more private space, specifically a bedroom. In this installation, a woman’s bedroom acts as symbolism for how the private issues of a woman’s life are often turned into matter for public scrutiny.
Combining electronic experimentations of Lightforge with the creative vision of curator, Dhiyanah Hassan, ‘Slumb-a-Chamber,’ is an interactive execution of a theme that resists the alienation of women’s issues from the universal human experience. Featuring art by ERYN, Kim Khaira, and Shieko Reto.
The installation will be running at Level 2, Wisma Yeap Chor Ee on:
13th - 14th August, 6pm - 10pm
with a performance by word-based artist, Skid More at 8pm on both Saturday and Sunday
15th - 19th August, 10am-6pm.