• 00:01 Adapting to pandemic times
  • 05:27 A possible link between shamanistic ritual music and K-pop
  • 08:28 Erasure and recuperation of Korean cultural heritage
  • 09:48 Controlling instruments vs performing
  • 11:41 Some notes about the Benjolin
  • 13:31 A few notes on feedback
  • 15:32 Part of the Generation X: witness to the switch from analogue to digital technologies and always surrounded by noise
  • 17:38 Composing: finding the right place for sounds
  • 19:07 A few notes on the bamboo instrument
  • 20:39 A broken, second-hand hand harp
  • 22:53 Working with organs: an effort to reveal their mechanical behaviour
  • 25:53 The beauty and ritual of writing
  • 29:02 The Wave Field Synthesis system auditory experience
  • 31:33 Being immersed in the sound world
  • 33:35 The WFS becoming an instrument
  • 34:51 A few notes on the The Pentacle 15.3 Surround Sound System
17/12/2020 38' 32''

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Ji Youn Kang

We dig up some unreleased fragments of our conversation with sound artist Ji Youn Kang that we were unable to include the first time around.

Co-produced by Lighthouse (Brighton). This podcast is part of Re-Imagine Europe, co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union.
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