DRIFT A series of experimental sound project Project #3 ACCIDENT
Siwanat Boonsripornchai, Jean-David Caillouet, Bani Haykal, Liew Niyomkarn, Makha Sanewong Na Ayuthaya, Umeda Tetsuya
Koichi Shimizu, Pichaya Aime Suphavanij
Bangkok Art and Culture Centre
SO::ON Dry FLOWER
A experimental sound project presents the intensity and tension using 'Drift' as in motor racing technique where the driver intentionally oversteers while maintaining control, the concept is to propose psychological digressing in geography of sounds from one area to the next and explore its diverse aspects through technical and creative contents that involves crossing platforms and various disciplines of the artists. The focus is to allow the audience to understand sound as an art form and open up to incidents and situations to arrive at their new listening experience. With combination of solo performances, sound installations, improvising sessions, workshops and lectures, the project investigates unheard perceptions of sound through works by international / local sound artists via different formats under experimental approach.
Event Date: 28 April - 02 May 2015
Location: Studio, 4th floor and Meeting Room 501, 5th floor
Project #3: ACCIDENT
Accident or event or incident that happens unexpectedly or unintentionally could turn to be an opportunity for sound incident that spontaneously happened. The concept is to encourage series of movements composing of diverse acts and materials extended to be sound source. From inputs to outputs, cause and effect, diverse qualities are all interacted both presumed and coincidental to deliver phenomenon. Chance is the key to allow for mistakes experimenting with the ordinary found in daily situations. A combination between sound installation and performing, ‘Accident’ is a happening created with an aim to share. The audience could see, hear, and perceive to experience the on-going operations making us relook and question aesthetic and meaning of sound from common realities.
Supported by: Goethe-Institut Thailand and Japan Foundation, Bangkok
Special Lecture: Carsten Seiffarth, guest speaker
Reference ISAD (G) to describe a set of documents
Performance art, Installations (Art), Acting, Music--Performance
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