CHILDREN OF THE CORN is a radical audio/visual mayhem that mashes up porn movie elements with extreme noise improvisation. Featuring extreme noise improvisers from China and Hong Kong, CHILDREN OF THE CORN will be transforming violent wall of noise into flux of sensational riot.
The Invisible Frog and Time Machine (周沛) (Guilin)
LIN Zhiying (林志英) (Shenzhen)
Sin:Ned (黃仲輝) (Hong Kong)
25 MAR, 2012 (SUN) 7:30 PM
Venue: Strategic Sounds
Address: 10E, High Win Factory building, 47 Hoi Yuen Road, Kwun Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Tickets are at HK$120 (at the door only)
** Aged 18+ only **
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Disclaimer: All parts of this program contain sexually-oriented adult content. Permission to enter the venue and to view the performance is strictly limited only to adults who are at least 18 years of age or older, and are voluntarily choosing to view such sexually-explicit visuals.
ABOUT THE PERFORMERS
The Invisible Frog and Time Machine
The Invisible Frog and Time Machine is a new project of RONEZ, aka Zhou Pei, the pioneer of noise and experimental music in China.
Born in Guilin 1975, he started making electronica music in 1999. His works cover electronica, experimental and noise genres, and his recent works focus on the research of the application of "feedback" on experiments of sound and video. He is the founder of Doufu Records, and has collaborated with Torturing Nurse、PNF、Hetleveiker、Stim
In addition to his numerous CD release, he had also take part in festival and exhibition such Sally Can't Dance—China Avant Garde Music Festival (2009), 2pi Festival (2004, 2005, 2006), Awakening Battersea at China Power Station part I (2006) and Sounding Beijing Electronic Music Festival (2003).
Born in Hainan, China, works and lives in Shenzhen. Lin zhiying has been working with sound since 2001. As a performing artist, he works with powerful signals, razor sharp sound wave and extreme noise structure. As a sound artist, since in 2005, he has been collecting sound material from everyday life, and exploring the possibilities of recording art
He had collaborated with noise maestro Zbigniew Karkowski and taken part in events such as The Third Guangzhou Triennial (2008), Mini Midi (2007), 2pi Festival (2004, 2006), Get It Louder (2005), Dashanzi Festival (2005), London Battersea Power Station sound project (2005)…etc.
Also known as Wong Chung-fai, an idiosyncratic improviser, sonic junkie, live-visualist, micro-curator and free-lance writer from Hong Kong. Co-founder of the experimental imprint Re-Records and member of the electro-acoustic duo No One Pulse.
Being a veteran writer of the legendary Hong Kong alternative music magazine MCB (Music Colony B-Weekly), his writings had influenced a wide spectrum of experimental musicians and listeners. While not writing as a pseudo-music critic elaborating his esoteric worldview, in the same idiosyncratic fashion, he spends much of his time hacking and sculpting sonic materials with his laptop and various non-standard electronic gears. With his on-going experimentation embracing improvisation, noise, errors, chaos and randomness, he has been re-visioning an unorthodox sound-making process expressed in extreme dichotomies, and driven by intuition and direct experience.
He had offered performance and creative work for concert, sound installation, workshop, audio-visual and theatrical performance. He had taken part and performed in events such as HK Sound and Vision Festival (2003), Get It Louder (2007), Hong Kong & Shenzhen Biennale of Urbanism/Architecture (2007, 2009), Architecture is Art Festival (2009), Notch Festival Guangzhou Station (2009), MILK+ (2010), and Whisper Music Festival (2010).
ABOUT RE-RECORDS & AV RIOT SERIES
Re-Records is a record label initiated by experimental electro-acoustic duo No One Pulse from Hong Kong. With Re, we don’t solely aim to be an outlet for releasing self initiated or other affiliated projects, but also for artists and releases we deem interesting.
AV RIOT is a new performance series of EXREME AUDIO/VISUAL mash up that incorporates a wide spectrum of experimental performing art.
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