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Untitled (2017)

  Sound: In collaboration with Yingjia (Lemon) Guo The installation combines multidisciplinary materials echoing gentrification in Shenzhen. Four years ago, Chinese president Xi promoted the Chinese Dream as a slogan in a high-profile visit to the National Museum of China. He said ‘young people should… Read More

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Touched Mute (2017)

  Performers: Seth Cluett, Yingjia (Lemon) Guo Sound: Kamari Carter, Yingjia (Lemon) Guo ‘Touched Mute’ is a sound art installation involves an interactive performance to explore the way of listening and communication. This work made by bone conductors, aiming for audience participation. The process would be… Read More

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Locus of Conduct (2016)

About: “Locus of Conduct” is an experimental practice of rhythm, which investigate the interactions between intrinsic and extrinsic influences on individuals. This work includes multidiscipline applications and aesthetic ideas to associate the relevances by observing the diverse rhythmic patterns. Rhythm is not only the repetition… Read More

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Moving Image as Graphic Notation (2017)

Fig.1 Luigi Russolo, Excerpt from Russolo’s Score for risvergilio di una città, 1914 In the earlier age, human voice been considered as a symbol to communicate with nature, the sound performance rely on ritual to the religions. Music originated as a vocal practice expanded nonlinguistic… Read More

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Lightscape (since 2015)

This project is cooperated with a Taiwanese artist Chi Po-Hao(紀伯豪), developing in different approaches and forms separately. Introduction: The city is man’s most consistent and on the whole, his most successful attempt to remake the world he lives in more after his heart’s desire. But,… Read More

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Musical Box (2014)

  As Steven Connor said, ‘We are surrounded by so many noises, and so many voices, and our noises and our voices are so promiscuously blended with each other, that ours is becoming a world of universal, crowded utterance.’ Are we listening wholly to the… Read More