Next online screening — Friday Feb 19th @ 18:30
Hou Lam Wu’s Parametric Sound Installation takes a dynamic form with irregular positioning of speakers, enabling sound to be spatialized in an irregular way. A performance with sensors will take place within the installation, controlling the sound movements within the installation. Within the dynamic form created by algorithms, sound movements will follow the form provided by the installation, experimenting with how sound reacts with irregular forms in space. The installation uses a set of custom made fixed dimension speakers, which can be reused in future installations, allowing flexibility of creating new forms while reusing the materials.
Hou Lam Wu’s installation will be live-streamed with 360 video and ambisonic audio, link to be confirmed!
Hou Lam WU (Eagle or AQ) is a musician, composer and interdisciplinary artist. He is also a cellist, conductor and graphic designer. His work encompasses sound installations, audiovisual compositions and compositions for acoustic instruments. He is particularly interested in how architecture, as a kind of spatial art, interacts with music/sound as a kind of temporal art. He is currently studying in the Universität der Künste Berlin, Master of Arts (Sound Studies and Sonic Arts). He graduated from the University of Hong Kong in Architectural Studies, and the School of Music, Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, major in Composition.
This event is part of SoundsAbout’s first season for 2021, ‘OTIUM’ as well as CTM/Transmediale’s Vorspiel Festival.
Find out more about OTIUM and see the full schedule here:
With the DWELL program, SoundsAbout provides unburdened time and space for free-form collaborative art making, a chance to create and share work-in-progress without expectation of polished outcomes.