Monday, December 29, 2008

Light Sculpture Experimental Project 2008

at SicKL Open Lab (SOL) 004, Kuala Lumpur - 27 December 2008

The music + Light performance

Sound + visual exploration with recycled plastic bottles light sculpture installation by Lisa Foo (LFSS) in collaboration with Fahmi Fadzil (Projek Wayang) on light bulbs and Jazmi Izwan Jamal aka Jazmok (Bintang Bendehara) on experimental music DJ.

Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Recycled Plastic Light Installation

at SicKL Open Lab (SOL) Kuala Lumpur - Saturday, 27 December 2008

An experimental DJ set with light installation by Lisa Foo - LFSS - in collaboration with Fahmi Fadzil (Projek Wayang), Jazmok (Bintang Bendehara) and Ronnie Khoo (Furniture). 

This is an exploration with recycled plastic light sculpture as a visual performance piece.  

More info here

Thursday, December 11, 2008

LFSS Featured Artist - The Story Teller

We were once co-inhabitants of this world. A world of magical amusement and dreams. A place where childhood imaginative innocence is incorruptible…..but many of us have since left this world.

The world of fairies and mystical creatures living in the enchanted forest slowly grows fainter in our memories as we make the inevitable transition into adulthood. During the course of this shift, we have unconsciously remodelled our life and surroundings with limitations and mundane routines of secular concerns. Once in a while we do secretly wish to rekindle with the realms of fairyland.

LFSS is glad to share with everybody a sparkling gem of the enchanted woods in the form of Khairul Azmir Shoib, who has all this time kept his fabled creatures very much preserved and whimsical characters immortalized through his narrative paintings, drawings, sculptures and assemblages.

Read more here

Monday, December 1, 2008

Innovative Twist

by Grace Chin in The EDGE Financial Daily on 21 Nov 2008

LFSS recently featured under Live It! section in The EDGE Financial Daily on the event Pecha Kucha Night Vol.05 Kuala Lumpur.
excerpts from article, The EDGE Financial Daily, Live it!

"Lisa Foo and Mah Su Sim, who are also known as LFSS, had the crowd entranced when they shared images of their beautiful sculptures made out of over 2,000 plastic bottles. The two artists, both of whom have a background in design, sorted, cleaned, sliced and stitched plastic pieces into luminous sculptures, some of which resembled life forms. Their presentation of eerie and mysterious "beings" was given an enchanting and charming treatment, with both of them speaking in short verses to complement the projected slides.

While the duo's snaking imagery and text took the audience on a journey of the surreal,..."