Islands Time-Based Art (ITBA) is an artist-initiated multidisciplinary platform for live presentations and art practices that are transitory in nature.
The ITBA Festival, initiated by Kai Lam and anGie Seah, will present a showcase of artists who stretch across three generations, art disciplines and cultural perspectives. It will encompass new media interdisciplinary art forms such as sound art, performance art and live improvisations to gather a wider community and develop new interests in contemporary art practices. ITBA believes in cultivating spontaneity and creative instincts through time-based fluid art forms. “Islands” as a creative platform here represents diversity and connecting clusters of ideas and varied art practices.
Besides ‘live’ presentations, the festival will also bring together art workers, cultural writers and curators for pertinent discussions about resilience, performance art, well-being, artistic processes and more.
Image of Courtesy of Nicole Phua.
14 Jan 2022, 7pm
14 Jan 2022, 8pm
14 Jan 2022, 9pm
15 Jan 2022, 3pm to 7pm
15 Jan 2022, 7pm
15 Jan 2022, 8pm
16 Jan 2022, 12pm to 1:30pm
What is the value of a ‘live’ performance art piece and what does it mean when an audience claps at the end of it? What is the psychotropic connotation of the clap for the art, the artist, and the audience themselves?
Moderator: Khairuddin Hori
Panelists: Dr Marcus Tan, Kok Heng Leun, George Chua, anGie seah
16 Jan 2022, 2pm to 3pm
16 Jan 2022, 7pm
16 Jan 2022, 8pm
16 Jan 2022, 9pm