Clik | Edition 18 | March 2022.

Human Fuga

- by Performance Group Tuida

Human Fuga

Date: Friday, 11 March 2022 | Time: 6.00 p.m. IST


About Performance Group Tuida

Performance Group Tuida was formed in 2001. Aiming to create an open, nature-friendly productions that focused onevolving play, the Group aimed to present new plays each year. Through an acting method that combines traditions of both Eastern and Western clowns, their play is interfused with fantastic and creative puppets, masks and music. Their unique signature is built upon continuous experiments and efforts in each play and their Korean-yet-cosmopolitan style has earned high acclaim in India, Japan, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, the United States and Ireland through participation in numerous international festivals.

Director: Yosup Bae.
Cast: Hyeran Hwang, Sunhee Park, Dowan Kim, Sujin Choi, Sohyun Bae, Jaehun Kim, Byungjun Gong, Jongwook Yang, Kyoungmin Nah.
Art Director: Juya Lee.
Music Director: Jaehun Kim.
Light Designer: Jeonghee Kang.
Original novel by: Han Kang.
Film script by: Yosup Bae, Hyeran Hwang.
Cinematographer: Yongsuk Choi.

Produced by Namsan Arts Center.
Video streaming in association with Producer Group DOT.

To view the performance click on on Friday, 11 March 2022 at 6.00 p.m. IST.

The link to view the performance will be accessible until Thursday, 17 March 2022.

Creative Conversations:

to complement The Human Spirit: Propositions on Resilence in these Irregular Times, an ongoing virtual Indo-Korean Ceramic and Glass exhibition, at Prism.

Creative Conversations


About the Exhibition:

The Human Spirit: Propositions on Resilience in these Irregular Times - a virtual group exhibition of ceramic and glass art by Korean and Indian artists.

This exhibition looks at the artistic interpretations of the concept of resilience of the human spirit especially post the Covid pandemic, through the medium of ceramic and glass. Both are transformed through fire into new states of being. We examine the metaphor of rejuvenation, transformation, fluidity and permeability as attributes of both ceramics and glass through figurative, abstract and natural forms.

Names of participating Korean and Indian artists:

• Choi Hye Sook, Seoul
• Dipalee Daroz, New Delhi
• Hu Jung Eun, Seoul
• Jung Kwang Min, Gyeonggi-do
• Kang Kyoung Youn, Gyeonggi-do
• Lee Jae Joon, Gyeonggi-do
• Lee Tae Hoon, Gyeonggi-do
• Madhur Sen, New Delhi
• Oh Jung Sun, Seoul
• Rhee In Sook, Seoul
• Sisir Sahana, Shanti Niketan
• Srila Mookherjee, Kolkata
• Swagata Naidu, Ahmedabad
• Thomas Louis, Goa
• Trupti Patel, Baroda
• Vineeta Oswal & Manoj Pilli, Ahmedabad

About the Curators:

Kristine Michael (India) and MuLim Park (Korea)

Kristine Michael is a ceramic artist and designer from National Institute of Design Ahmedabad, based in New Delhi. She is an arts educator, independent researcher, writer and curator, currently completing her PhD in art history from School of Arts and Aesthetics JNU.

MuLim Park secured a BFA in Ceramics from Hongik University, Korea in 1991. In 1996, he completed a BFA from the California Institute of Arts, U.S.A. and he secured an MFA from the same Institute in 1998. As an artist, he has participated in solo and group shows in Korea, Germany and has participated in workshops, conferences and residencies in Korea, Germany and Japan. He has curated several small and large-scale exhibitions in Seoul, Korea, in Eindhoven, Netherlands and in Singapore, to critical acclaim. As an arts administrator, he has been involved with the Mullae Art Space as a Committee Member, as a Non-executive Board Member of Junggu Cultural Foundation and as a Member of the Governance Committee for the Seoul Artists’ Platform. He has also managed Alternative Gallery Space operations such as the Jungdabang Project, The 3rd Place and Artspace Seoul13. For the exhibition at Prism, InKo Centre’s virtual gallery, MuLim has selected 8 Korean artists- 4 ceramic and 4 glass artists who show exemplary technique; thought-provoking concepts and finesse of presentation.

Comprising a virtual walkthrough, short videos about the artists' work processes; informative notes from the curators and a comprehensive list of relevant artworks, the exhibition invites you on a journey of discovery of the aesthetic beauty and finesse of technique of ceramic and glass work by exceptionally talented artists from Inda and Korea.

Following the inauguration, complementary discussions and interactions titled Creative Conversations, have been presented, at regular intervals, up to the close of the exhibition period.

View also Creative Reels on Instagram, short films that showcase the artistic process and conceptual preoccupations of the 16 artists featured in the ongoing exhibition. To view the reels, visit

Click on to view this exhibition at Prism - InKo Centre's virtual gallery and to join the Creative Conversation series of complementary events.

The exhibition will be on view until Thursday, 31 March 2022.

2021 International Teenage Design & Art Award

International Teenage Design & Art Award

Date: Thursday, 24 March 2022 | Time: 5.00 p.m. IST


This international competition is an annual event that brings together talented middle and high school students who as young artists, show great promise in terms of precision of techniques, vivacity of colour combinations and treatment of thematic concerns. With a full programme comprising the final round of the contest, cultural performances as well as visit to sites of historic importance arranged for participants from Korea, Japan and India by K-Art International Exchange Association, Busan, this annual event is an exciting opportunity for meaningful student exchange and cultural understanding. This year however, due to travel restrictions following the pandemic, participants could not travel to Busan to experience the wonderfully immersive programme that complements the competition.

A total of 4 Gold prizes were awarded. The names of the award-winning students are as follows :
Gold Prize :
Han Dae-gyu - Seonbu High School,
Kwon Jae-hee, GED
Kim Dong-hoon, Peniel High School of The Arts,
Roshini S, Sacred Heart Matriculation Hr. Sec. School.

The winning entries from Korea and India will be presented online at on Thursday, 24 March 2022 at 5.00 p.m. IST.

The exhibition will be on view until Sunday, 24 April 2022.

RemiDas at CULTURAS 360º,

- in partnership with EarthSync / IndiEarth XChange

Music by RemiDas at CULTURAS 360º

Date: Saturday, 26 & Sunday, 27 March 2022 | Time: 8.30 p.m. IST



About Earth Sync

EarthSync is a music production house, award-winning documentary film producer, and a global, crosscultural artistic collaborator. EarthSync's initiative IndiEarth XChange, is India’s only definitive trade event for independent music and film, created to build a multi-country collective of professional, cultural, educational, and economic collaborations for the development of the independent music and film industry. The annual event creates global network opportunities, focusing on India, Europe, Asia and the Indian Ocean region.


About CULTURAS 360°

In March 2021, EarthSync / IndiEarth XChange, (Chennai, India) in association with 8 international music festivals founded CULTURAS 360°, a collective initiative, and a platform featuring 18 bands from far corners of the world.

Committed to supporting artists, diversity, cultures, and music, CULTURAS 360° is a landmark hybrid initiative - virtual events and when possible, live performance opportunities for artists under the CULTURAS 360° banner at the Collective’s stages and other festivals across the world.

This "global-local online-offline" model also helps sponsors and supporters get greater brand visibility and opens new business opportunities, which in turn enables artists’ growth, professional employment, and empowers music festivals to continue their work for culture, music and artists.

By the 2nd edition in November 2021, the Festival Collective grew to 14 members. The next digital edition of CULTURAS 360° will be broadcast on Saturday, 26 & Sunday, 27 March 2022.

The Festival Collective compries:
1. Sunfest - London, Ontario, Canada.
2. IndiEarth XChange / EarthSync - Chennai, India.
3. Ollin Kan Festival - Mexico City, Mexico.
4. MARE - Santiago de Compostela, Galicia.
5. MMM Festival - Maputo, Mozambique.
6. Kriol Jazz Festival - Praia, Cape Verde.
7. WOMAD - Recoleta, Chile.
8. Havana International Jazz Festival - Havana, Cuba.
9. Artes á Rúa - Evora, Portugal.
10. Concert Of Colors - Detroit, USA.
11. Small World - Toronto, Canada.
12. Musica Mundo - Belo Horizonte, Brazil.
13. WOMAD Roma - Rome, Italy.
14. Voice Of Nomads - Ulan-Ude, Buryatia Republic.

A founding member of CULTURAS 360°, EarthSync / IndiEarth XChange plays a key role in the platform’s development and event production and has showcased a diverse range of Indian and international artists in the festival programming - Pratik Shrivastava (India), Maya Kamaty (Reunion Island), Siti & The Band (Zanzibar), Khoomei Beat (Republic of Tuva), Imran Khan (India), and Namgar (Buryatia Republic).

For the 3rd edition of CULTURAS 360°, EarthSync will collaborate with InKo Centre in Chennai India, to support South Korean band ReMidas, presented by IndiEarth XChange at the 3rd edition of CULTURAS 360°.

To view the performance click on on Saturday, 26 & Sunday, 27 March 2022 at 8.30 p.m. IST.