ABOUT KLEX 

KLEX is an independent, artist-run grassroots international festival of experimental film, video art and music founded in Malaysia in 2010. KLEX aims to serve as a platform to introduce contemporary experimental moving images and music from the region and worldwide to the Malaysian audience, as well as to introduce works from South East Asia and beyond, to other parts of the world. KLEX aims to cultivate learning, understanding, friendship and exchange among local, regional and international experimental art communities.

LATEST NEWS

  • Serious Play Improv Lab (SPIL 088)

    We skipped a SPIL lab in June to focus on hosting the incredible cross-regional free jazz band Big Foot on 4th July, in which we had a full house! Next Saturday, SPIL 088 welcomes the homecoming of 3 Malaysian artists currently based in the west, Berlin-based Yee SueKi (dance), Illinois-based Chin Hong-Da (chinese flutes), Hawaii-based Chow JunYi (cello), and KL-based artist Sim Hoi Ling (dance). It’s the summer holiday gig for our homecoming folks! Mark your calendar, and bring a [...]

We skipped a SPIL lab in June to focus on hosting the incredible cross-regional free jazz band Big Foot on 4th July, in which we had a full house! Next Saturday, SPIL 088 welcomes the [...]

CALL FOR WORK

KLEX 2024 : BEING HUMAN

KLEX Open Programme
Theme: Being Human

Deadline: 10 August 2024
Festival Dates: Late November 2024

Much has changed in the world we live in recent years. A world event took us by surprise and put the global human societies into a critical “pause” mode where we experienced a public health disaster, together yet in isolation. Technological advancement at lightning speed radically changed our daily lives intellectually, culturally, and socially with the omnipresence of AI and automation. What is real? What is fake? And does it matter? Are authenticity, originality, and intuition still noble qualities in today’s society? Do we cherish or conceal the expression of genuine human thoughts and emotions? Are we fascinated by natural beauty with flaws, or artificial beauty with perfection? The world is increasingly driven by mechanization where you order food at restaurants with QR codes; chat with Siri; and form your business team with OpenAI. Shall we ponder again,  perhaps, what is the essence of “being human” in this era?

Use “Being Human” as inspiration to produce work for KLEX 2024. We’re awaiting your new work starting NOW!

Entry Form and Submission Guidelines: https://forms.gle/CVabM7FwaZkZa7w36

For inquiries, email: [email protected]
Website: www.klexfestival.com
FB: https://www.facebook.com/groups/klexfest
IG: @klexfestival

KLEX 2024 : BEING HUMAN
KLEX Open Programme
Theme: Being Human

Deadline: 10 August 2024
Festival Dates: Late November 2024

Much has changed in the world we live in recent years. A world event took us by surprise and put the global human societies into a critical “pause” mode where we experienced a public health disaster, together yet in isolation. Technological advancement at lightning speed radically changed our daily lives intellectually, culturally, and socially with the omnipresence of AI and automation. What is real? What is fake? And does it matter? Are authenticity, originality, and intuition still noble qualities in today’s society? Do we cherish or conceal the expression of genuine human thoughts and emotions? Are we fascinated by natural beauty with flaws, or artificial beauty with perfection? The world is increasingly driven by mechanization where you order food at restaurants with QR codes; chat with Siri; and form your business team with OpenAI. Shall we ponder again,  perhaps, what is the essence of “being human” in this era?

Use “Being Human” as inspiration to produce work for KLEX 2024. We’re awaiting your new work starting NOW!

Entry Form and Submission Guidelines: https://forms.gle/CVabM7FwaZkZa7w36

For inquiries, email: [email protected]
Website: www.klexfestival.com
FB: https://www.facebook.com/groups/klexfest
IG: @klexfestival

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Funded by the International Relief Fund for Organisations in Culture and Education 2021 of the German Federal Foreign Office, the Goethe-Institut and other partners. goethe.de/relieffund

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