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 cinema and music from the region and worldwide to the Malaysian audience, as well as to introduce works from South East Asia to other parts of the world and vice versa, to cultivate understanding, learning, friendship and exchange among local, regional and international experimental art communities.Aside from Malaysian submissions, we received works from Austria,…KLEX 2016: SPARK Festival Dates: late November 2016 Call Release Date: 30 March 2016 Submission Deadline: Hello, friends of KLEX! We apologize for a follow-up of KLEX 2015 in end of November. Four days after festival, we went to Singapore and presented a KLEX programme at the 26th Singapore International Film Festival. KLEX 2015: PULSE 25-29th November 2015 Venues: Lostgens’ Contemporary Artspace, FINDARS, Da Huang Pictures, New Era University College.We’re very happy to host three honourable guests from Taiwan: musicians Lin Hsiao-Feng (bamboo flutes), Shih-Yang Lee (harmonica/sound objects) and visual artist Wasabi Chuang…Dear Artists, thank you again for your submission to KLEX 2017!This year, we received over 200 submissions from various regions around the world.
Her professional background covers design, advertising and new media, writing, and curatorship.Dear artists, thank you for your submission to KLEX 2016! Thank you so much for your interest and enthusiasm in this grassroot festival of experimental arts in Kuala Lumpur!This year, we have received 250 submissions from around the world.Allow us to introduce you to your future mentors here. Makenthira Kanan is the head of programs at ICOM, responsible for the daily operations and institutional liaison for all fulltime programs.He is a professional audio engineer, project manager and video editor with work credits in live sound engineering and production, and event management.