Saturday 28.04 · 22:05h ·
The reading of sound and the listening of the visual are the main concerns of the japanese artist Ryoichi Kurokawa. In his aesthetic universe, the sound and visual form an inseparable unit with which he tends to completely erase the limits of our physical perception, where the essence lies in the transitions, where everything is ephemeral.
Ryoichi Kurokawa make audiovisual sculptures from field recordings and digital generated structures to continuously construct the architecture of the visual phenomenon. Winner of the Golden Nica Prize at Ars Electrónica, and with performances and exhibitions at Tate Modern, Venice Biennale or Transmediale, Ryoichi returns to the Visual Electronics Laboratory after passing through the first edition in 2007, to present on this occasion “syn_”, a work designed around four key elements: synchronization, synthesis, synopsis, synesthesia.
syn_ [ cm: av_c 2 ]
Format: Concert / diptych 2.1ch sound version
Concept, direction, composition, programming: Ryoichi Kurokawa