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Whether paintings, sculptures, or site-specific installations, Ding’s works are moments of living impulse.
An exclusive exhibition which primarily celebrates historical context and appreciation, cultural awareness and contemporary innovation, curated by Romualdo Moretti.
A symposium on theatre design, and its development in Malta and abroad, covering various productions and including workshops and discussions.
As part of a celebration of the Art+Feminism project initiated in Malta in 2018, through a collaboration between Wikimedia Community Malta, the M3P Foundation, and Spazju Kreattiv, a series of curated exhibitions across three sites presents new works by both established and emerging women artists.
Strangers in a Strange Land is a multidisciplinary exhibition about being female in a world narrated by and designed for men. Visual and multidisciplinary artists react to the status quo of a male-oriented world.
The project focuses on the creation of artistic and original content through collaboration between two artists, namely Isaac Warrington and Alessio Cuschieri
Who are we when no one is looking? Are we becoming more than ever alienated from our own sex? Sex appeal has become solely image-based, a curated version for the sake of Instagram, commodifying our bodies into separate body parts and encouraging capitalism to boom more rapidly.
The FARMOR Project consists of a series of performance installations investigating the feeling of ‘home’.
Variable depth, shallow water is a solo exhibition by Polish-Australian artist Izabela Pluta. Comprising images, video, objects and sound the installation’s key material includes corrupted data filmed using a drone lost at sea and subsequently retrieved.
Until not too long ago, such works were frequently touted as glimpses into the future and the shape of things to come.
The event will centre around an exhibition featuring a diversity of art practices extracted from the unconventional research of the resident artist/researchers at the Department of Digital Arts, selected Masters and Doctoral students, as well as international guests and collaborators.
The MCAST ICA Festival emerged three years ago as a new approach to the annual exhibition held at the MCAST’s Institute for the Creative Arts, Mosta. It has since established itself as a significant occasion in the calendar of events in the creative arts sector.