Friday, January 23, 2015

ACO Sound-On-Site | Space Oddity #1: From Below

ACO Sound-On-Site | Space Oddity #1: From Below

Staircase exists on the edge of our memory, somewhere between subconscious and unconscious. Silently, it stays at the back, awaiting the forgotten. With a gesture pointing towards the underworld, it connects different spaces and floors of the building. It is the cradle of dream. Archetypal psychological analysis of space begins here…

Space Oddity is a series of space exploration session under the new ACO Sound-On-Site program. It is an alchemical lab to explore and develop a dialogue with the specific space in an unconventional manner.

e:ch & the innermost door (Voice & electronics / MO & HK)
KWC (Electronics / HK)
Sin:Ned (Guitar / HK)

Date: Jan...-25, 2015
Time: 8:00 PM
Venue: Staircase, Art & Culture Outreach
Address: 14/F, Foo Tak Building, 365-367 Hennessy Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
Admission: Free Donation

Presented by Art & Culture Outreach
Curated by Twenty Alpha & Re-Records

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About ACO Sound-On-Site
Sound-On-Site is a site specific program presented by ACO (Art & Culture Outreach) in collaboration with Twenty Alpha and Re-Records. With Sound-On-Site, we aim to develop an intimate and meaningful dialogue between the specific space, the artists and the audiences, and at the same time, create an inspiring art enjoyment experience for the audiences.


《艺鵠場域定聲 | 空間置異之一 : 從下》



e:ch & the innermost door(電子及人聲/澳門、香港)
KWC (電子/香港)
Sin:Ned (結他/香港)

日期:一月二十五日, 二零一五年

策劃:Twenty Alpha & Re-Records

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《場域定聲》是一個由艺鵠主辦,並由Twenty Alpha及Re-Records策劃,以聲音為焦點的場域特定藝術計劃。藝術家及觀眾,會透過不同的特定場域,及富啟發性及趣味性的藝術體驗,進行親密而意味深長的對話。

Thursday, January 01, 2015


Pure improvised noise from Ryan Jordan (UK), Exoterrism (BE), Naturalismo (IT), Gao Jiafeng (CN) and Sin:Ned (HK) for the sake of system breakdown.

Ryan Jordan (UK)
Exoterrism (BE)
Naturalismo (IT)
Gao Jiafeng (US) + Sin:Ned (HK)

Date: Jan-17, 2015
Time: 8:30 PM
Venue: Music Room, HKICC Lee Shau Kee School of Creativity
135 Junction Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong (Lok Fu MTR Exit B)
Admission: Pay What You Want

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Jointly presented by Re-Records & Twenty Alpha
Venue Sponsor: HKICC Lee Shau Kee School of Creativity


About the Performers

Ryan Jordan (UK)
Ryan Jordans work attempts to set out a potential framework for the exploration of often hidden processes and systems functioning in technology, human perceptual mechanisms and environmental phenomena in an attempt to bring them into the forefront of our conscious reality.

Exoterrism (BE/HK)
In his work,Exoterrism (Fan Yau) born in Hong Kong 1987, seeks to overcome the separation between geometrical consciousness and the coming four dimensional perception. Influenced by esoteric systems,Yau often engages computer processed algorithms, as well as errors, feedback and chaotic functions. Constantly seeking for new sounds and synthesizing techniques, he researches the links and differences in human rational, scientific thinking and our existence as a spiritual being in the universe. Through experimentations of sound and it's reaction on the human body, creating short term hallucinations or extra terrestrial experiences. When technology has already surpassed the current notion of space and time, patterns repeating through a multidimensional expanding dynamic system feed-backing through the present moment. When human soul is interpreted as binary decisions and the mind becomes only a consequence of a loop from where you are conditioned. Segmenting the different stratas between the moment you think and the moment you execute.

Naturalismo (IT)
It all starts with a microcassette recorder wandering in Rome subway, taping live cut-up bursts of saturated city life. Shifts to harsh noise that struggles to keep a buried layer of melody. Explores minimalism with irony, always loyal to cheapness and imperfection.

Gao Jiafeng (US/CN)
Gao Jiafeng is a performer and sound artist who currently resides in Brooklyn, New York. He draws from early electronic compositions, mountain singing and Shaman spiritual music, interweaves saxophone improvisation, throat singing, along with an array of instruments such Guqin, bamboo clapper, flutes, Suona and electronics in his performances.

Gao grew up in Changsha, a hilly inner Chinese city where the local people are largely exposed to Hunan Opera, Chinese pop and street-style funeral music. Since 2005, Gao has been noted within China’s underground and experimental music scene for his electro-acoustic works. His works have been shown and performed at Central Academy of Fine Art (Beijing), XP (Beijing), Triennale Museum (Milan), 80 WSE Gallery, Gallery MC, etc. Gao’s instrument design “Tri-O,” won the 2014 Guthman Musical Instrument Competition for global musical instrument innovations, presided over by judges including Cycling ’74 CEO David Zicarelli.

Sin:Ned (HK)
Also known as Dennis Wong / Wong Chung-fai. Experimentalist and improviser. Co-founder of Re Records, and founding member of experimental outfits such as No One Pulse, After Doom, adeō and Underture.