Art enthusiasts will be thrilled to know that iNYALA’s most recent edition of a new media art exhibition at Kuala Lumpur’s Fahrenheit88 Mall in Jalan Bukit Bintang, will feature a universe of cubes, symmetrical geometries, and infinite pixels.

iNYALA 2022 is running until 25 December 2022 and admission is free. Themed around Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), it features 17 digital artworks that combine data, visuals, sounds, space, and light to encourage audience reflection on Malaysia’s efforts toward achieving a sustainable future for all living things.

The exhibition will include works by both foreign and local artists, including Kaoru Tanaka, FabU, and Jun Ong, in addition to the submissions submitted by students. At the top of every hour, a multimedia presentation produced by Kaoru Tanaka, FabU, and LIE will be performed, featuring all 17 art installations accompanied by sensuous sound, with the goal of providing an immersive audio-visual experience that conveys the message that the world may open a world of magnificent possibilities if all the SDGs are realised.

Visitors to iNYALA are encouraged, through curated multi-sensory art experiences, to move between real-world data that reveals the past and the present, and to imagine new ways to collectively transform the world in which we live.

Discover the fascinating world of cubes

“GLOWING PLANTS” by Kaoru Tanaka

We are always healed and inspired by beautiful, delicate plants. In the same way that the light, carbon dioxide, and water are the building blocks of plant life, so too are the products of human creativity.

Through techniques like sustainable manufacturing, which makes use of natural resources as part of the potential answer, this digital artwork aims to reflect and reinvent how human production can change in the face of looming climate change.

“AMORPHOUS” by Tan Sher Lynn, FabU

This installation is an attempt to recreate natural phenomena digitally due to the artist’s fascination with the macabre beauty of microscopic life. Our relationship with microbes and the communities around us can be better understood if the invisible were made visible.


The SDGs are more than simply words; they represent an ongoing commitment to building a brighter, more stable future. By creating the SGD’s symbols as abstract motions, we bring the statement to life.

Address: Fahrenheit 88, 179, Jln Gading, Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Admission: Free

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*All images courtesy of iNYALA 2022.