Light as the element of visual creatorions and an instrument of sound. Using light sensitive 16mm filmmaterial to provoke an immersive experience of light and sound. Abstract forms pulsing on screen, slowly transform as additional, overlapping projectors create strange halos. As more projectors are added, an intense sensory overload in light, noise and colour occurs.
Sound: Ji Youn Kang
Visuals: Filmwerkplaats (with Nan Wang, Lichun Tseng, Judith v/d Made, Esther Urlus)
Ji Youn Kang (Seoul, Korea, 1977) is a composer and sound artist based in The Hague, The Netherlands. After finishing her study in composition at Chu-Gye University of Arts in South Korea, she moved to The Netherlands and achieved her Masters' degree both in Sonology at The Royal Conservatorium, and in Composition at Conservatorium van Amsterdam. In her performances she is mainly seeking for the ways to combine three different sound area on stage; acoustic instruments, analog and digital sound with handmade analog synthesizers with live processing on laptop.
Filmwerkplaats (Rotterdam, 2000) is an artist run workspace dedicated to motion picture film as an artistic, expressive medium. It's geared towards filmmakers and artist interested in film not purely as a storage medium for their ideas, visuals and soundtrack, but as a material that actively shapes and distorts these thoughts, images and sounds. With Nan Wang, Lichun Tseng, Judith v/d Made and Esther Urlus.
visual documentation: Michaela Lakova and Mihail Bakalov