Friday, November 20, 2009
Art Center Nabi Seoul -upcoming talk - Sound Art - Nov 24, 2009
What are Sound and Sound Arts?
The lecture by Jason Kahn provides one of the approaches to sound art. We will examine how our daily experiences can be changed by the relationships between sound and the space, through Jason Kahn’s philosophy and works.
Date Nov. 24. 2009. (Tue) 7:00-9:00 PM
Venue art center nabi
Entrance Fee free
Contact Young-ju Kim 2121-0925, firstname.lastname@example.org
Website (English): http://www.nabi.or.kr/english/main/main.nab
About sound, music, and listening
The subsets of Sound arts
What is Sound Arts?
Art place as existing in the eye of the beholder
Sound Perception: Active listening to expand our consciousness
Re-invent, accentuate, and subvert the space by sound
Bring the non-space(space of transit) to life with sound
[Gläser], [Sand], [Kies vom Zürcher See], [Lamparna Space]
Jason Kahn is an artist working in the various fields including sound installation, performance and composition. He has given concerts and exhibited sound installations all over the world. Kahn creates his sound installations for specific spaces. The focus of these primarily non-visual works lies in the perception of space through sound. Kahn performs both solo and in collaboration and composes for electronics and acoustic instruments. He was born in New York and currently lived in Zürich.
Location and Directions:
99 Seorin-dong, Jongro-gu, Seoul, Korea , 110-110
Tel : 02-2121-0912 / Fax : 02.2121.0914
Email : email@example.com
See map online (English) : http://www.nabi.or.kr/english/about/map.nab
Direction & Location by subway:
Jong-gak Station / Gate No. 6
5 minutes on foot towards Gwanghwamun
Gwanghwamun Station / Gate No. 5
5 minutes on foot towards Gwanghwamun Post Office