Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Art Exhibition by Sophia Kamal - Cleanse yourself from the dirt of negativity and redeem the humble soul as you face the majesty of God

Dear Sir/Madam,

On behalf of Minut Init Art Social, we would like to officially invite you to witness the beauty within the cracks of insecurities portrayed by the emerging artist, Sophia Kamal. In her first solo exhibition entitled "WUDU', inspired by the Islamic ritual of Wudu; - where by one cleanses oneself physically and spiritually before worship.


In this series of works Sophia Kamal's use of vibrant colors and fluid compositions to produce sensually lucid images reflecting on her meditations towards issues relating to identity, exploitation, religion, feminism and beauty. She relates her process of creation to that of the ritual of wudu, where by through the use of paint and brush she performs a ritual cleansing of her subjects as she desexualises and re-imagines the female figure through the perspective of a muslima often placing emphasis on her subjects flaws to find the inner beauty held within those imperfections.


“ I found flaws and they were beautiful.” - Nayyirah Waheed.

Venue: The Minut Init Art Social

Date: 1st - 15th December 2015

Opening Hours: 12:00 pm - 01:00 am






So if you're in the area do drop by and experience it for yourself.

We hope to see you soon.

Best Regards,
Jonathan.
For more updates on upcoming event and Exhibitions do follow us on facebook @Minut Init.
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Minut Init Art Social
29A & 29B Jalan SS 21/37
Uptown Damansara Utama,
Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
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"Minut Init is punk rock-esque art space, like the smoky underground confined art spaces of the LA do-it-yourself art scene’s glory days. It has been home to alt-art exhibitions such as the new media-inclined Made in Phones and counter culture-sounding Tahi Cicak. It’s easier to name a bigger art venues, but we say let’s give a round of applause to the smaller guys too." - (Best Art Venue, Juice Best Of 2011)

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