East of Kuala Lumpur stands the lush hills of the Titiwangsa range, significantly bio-diverse with areas of primary forest and a critical water catchment area for the city’s population. At the edge of the woodland is Klang Valley, or Greater Kuala Lumpur, an urban conglomeration of adjoining towns connecting to the capital, stretching westwards towards the coastline by the Malacca Straits. In between are pockets of densely forested greenery. Their edges, usually frayed, are threatened by the endless expanse of encroaching concrete and tarmac – materials synonymous with modernity.
Venue: Mizuma Gallery
22 Lock Road #01-34
When: 17 Sep - 9 Oct 2022, Tue to Sat: 11am to 7pm; Sun: 11am to 6pm
By: Mizuma Gallery