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Suggestions: 4. Sleeping in an Art Gallery

Posted by on Friday, 7 May, 2010 at 8:00 AM. Filed under: Gallery

In today’s hectic dog-eat-dog government sector environment, many of our hardworking government workers find it hard to spare some time to appreciate the very exciting art scene that Kuala Lumpur has to offer. In order to promote the arts among government workers, CIPAN would like to suggest several exciting ways in which art appreciation can be combined with many of our nation’s favourite weekend activities.

Suggestions For Lunch Time Activities In KL For Busy Government Workers is a 13 episode series aimed at promoting the arts among government workers. CIPAN presents Episode 4: Sleeping in an Art Gallery


featuring chi too, Dill Malik, Sharon Chin, Simon Soon, Yin Shao Loong, Juria Toramae, Mun Kao, Daniel Chong, Grace Chin & Zedeck Siew

Performed at The Annexe Gallery, Kuala Lumpur

Special thanks to Yee I-Lann, Pang Khee Teik & Jerome Kugan

Photography by Yee I-Lann


See the first three Suggestions For Lunch Time Activities in KL For Busy Government Workers here:
Episode 1: Cycling in an Art Gallery
Episode 2: Kite Flying in an Art Gallery
Episode 3: Sunbathing in an Art Gallery


CIPAN are Dill Malik and chi too

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  1. tumbuk says
    07/05/2010 10:37 AM

    kenape xde video kali ni?

  2. ishmael says
    07/05/2010 7:42 PM

    mayat bergelimpangan!

  3. tumbuktu says
    11/05/2010 1:26 PM

    Ah, I was very moved by this piece when i go see the show ah, its such an effective piece talking about the plight of the homeless and the state of our society. In fact, as i walked home to the bus stop, i also saw quite a few homeless people. My heart broke.

    This is not the Malaysia I grew up in.
    It is not.

  4. Annie Hoo says
    11/05/2010 1:29 PM

    Is this supposed to be a metaphor about the art scene in kuala lumpur? That it is putting everyone to sleep… if so…kudos to cipan

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