Sham is currently based in Berlin, pursuing his master degree at the Berlin University of the Arts, majoring in Sound Studies and Sonic Arts.
Graduating from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (HKAPA) and receiving a degree in Sound Design.
Esagle Wu (AQ) is currently a student at Universität der Künste Berlin in Sound Studies and Sonic Arts. He studied Architectural Studies and Music Composition. His work encompasses sound installations, audiovisual compositions and compositions for acoustic instruments.
Module II was inspired by the Metabolism Movement, a Japanese architectural movement from the 60s. Modularized Units are able to connect with each other, growing larger. Older modules can be replaced, achieving dynamic self-revitalization. The city and architecture are like organisms, growing, deteriorating and restoring.
Module II is a revised, extended version of the piece, using Jitter in Max/MSP to directly generate more sophisticated visual respones to the sound, extended with a transition section in between replays of the piece.
Hyewon Suk is a composer and sound artist based in Berlin and Seoul. After studying composition, she has been exploring sonic possibilities combined with different digital media. She is especially interested in creating atmospheric experience through auditory perception. Her work is not particularly motivated by political or social issues, but encourages people to see the world differently and raise questions. Her works have been featured in the UK and South Korea. She is currently studying at Universität der Künste Berlin in Sound Studies and Sonic Arts.
Sonic Curiosities No. 3
January 17, 2020
Four our third installment of Sonic Curiosities we invited artists Nicolai Vesterkær Krog, Jeremy Coubrough, Julio, Lugon, Michael Tuttle, Tat Sham, Hyewon Sik, and Eakle Wu.
You can read more about each artist below:
Julio Lugon is an interdisciplinary artist whose work focuses on sound and includes installation, electronics, biodata translation and graphics. First award winner of bonn hoeren ́s Sonotopia 2019 with a work that tries to activate fictional collaborations between people and non-human beings. He also is an experimental musician, DJ and host of the online Radio Jurassic.
Michael Tuttle is a composer, sound artist, and bassist. As a sound artist he has departed from more traditional concepts of melody and harmony and focuses more on texture and structure. This is accomplished by the juxtaposition of manipulated field recording with acoustic and synthetic musical instruments. Using this technique the listener is subjected to sound combinations that evoke emotional responses based not only on musical cultural norms but also deeper obfuscated stimuli.
Nicolai Versterkaer Krog & Jeremy Coubrough