New art installation in KL's Chinatown takes light and shadow play to new heights

  • Arts
  • Friday, 29 Oct 2021

Visitors taking photos at the ‘Illuminating Shadows' art installation in Kwai Chai Hong in KL. The newly rejuvenated Kwai Chai Hong laneway's latest experimental art installation created by Alice Chang plays on perspective using lights and shadows. Photo: The Star/Glenn Guan

The new art installation at Kwai Chai Hong in Kuala Lumpur’s Chinatown is a stunning experimental piece that involves a play on perspective using lights and shadows.

The work created by artist/sculptor Alice Chang (whose ‘The Lady’ porcelain sculpture was on display in the same area earlier this year) is titled Illuminating Shadows, features a "Giant Rabbit Sculpture" and "Chaser Rabbits".

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