Sympathetic Resonance

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Ended 12 September 2015

Sympathetic Resonance Installation

Three artists all motivated or inspired by sound, seeking to create something individual by approaching sound and visual art from a different direction, repurposing tools, software and hardware to subvert and generate abstraction at once detached and connected, void of significance and meaning and overflowing with both.

Words, however limited or faulty, are the most overt method of transference of meaning. Artists working with abstraction communicate significance in a private language, where the listener is as important as the speaker. In Sympathetic Resonance, two sound artists and a visual artist explore the interaction between their medias and investigate the idea that concepts and emotions can be perceived and understood by the audience, regardless of how obfuscated or corrupted the source material is, or indeed whether there is any source material whatsoever. A synaesthetic, multimedia exploration, featuring sound installation and performance, digital print, sculpture and video.

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OPENING PARTY at 7pm - Midnight, Saturday, 22 August 2015
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Dan Burman is a predominantly self-taught artist and musician from Leeds, UK. He works in paint, ink and pixels, half-seriously investigating ideas drawn from chaos theory and chaos magic, working with found sound and found images and developing ludic processes as important as the visible and audible outcomes.

Born out of the dystopian landscape of Las Vegas, visual and sound artist Tommy Hanson creates work that highlights the human narrative on its discourse between the physical and nonphysical worlds. The works aim to strip social constructs to their most primitive states. These works explore alternative methods of sound synthesis, manipulation, amplification, and interaction. His research is focused on the use of technology to alter human perception, enhance human expression, and raise sonic awareness.

Sound artist and a composer who works with sculpture and electronic circuit. Liew’s work is known for its ecstatic and unpredictable event. Often expresses a sensory of flexibility and impermanence behavior. Her works ranges from music composition, the visual arts, instrument design and real-time performance. Liew seeks to discover new ways to engage physiological responses associated with sound and space. Her work has been exhibited in USA, Germany, Japan and Thailand.

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41 Soi Rong Nam Kang (Charoen Rat Soi 1), Sathorn - Surasak BTS Exit 2, Bangkok, Thailand 10120

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