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Running from September 7 through October 7 at Total Art Museum, Songwon Art Center, and Media + Space Gallery, Sound Effects Seoul 2007 brought together work by sound artists from around the world, most of whom work in new media, but all of which have unique characteristics. And like so many sound-
artists, their works bares no trace; it only leaves a sound, perhaps a noise, a song, or loud shout.


Songwon Gallery is a remodeled old house where space comes first. If seating in an old room with its door closed, sounds are likely to be heard from all directions. Filled with sounds, the house seems to be taken by family members who converse with each other. In its attic, a man could be heard shivering, shouting, and swearing at his roommate in a huge wardrobe in an adjoining room.

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Songwon Gallery


It was one of the many sound-works displayed in an exhibition including Kim Young-sup from Korea, Frenchman Davide Balula, and American Dan St. Clair.

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1. Kim Youngsup, cable ceramic and sound(coexistence), Korea, 2006
2. Philip Samartzis, unheard spaces, Australia, 2006
3. Kanta Horio, libratemo, Japan, 2007
4. Sigtryggur Berg Sigmarsson, kill time, Iceland, 2007
5. Der Schneckensong
6. Kim Youngsup, Mahlzeit, Korea, 2007
7. Robert Jacobsen, quarteet+(sculptural Theater#7), Germany, 2007

written by _  Shim Sangmi
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Posted by EYEBALL_Media Arts Webzine


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