"Sound nomads" use sound and video as the universal language, and walking as a state of survival and creation. Expand the exploration of interdisciplinary cooperation and local creation, and roam freely in multiple dimensions such as space, media, and senses.
Pianist Nicoletta Favari and percussionist Christopher Salvito, members of the Passepartout Duo, have traveled all over the world for many years. They are influenced by the ever-changing location, capturing their feelings, interpreting them with music creation, and through interdisciplinary collaboration, music Experimental and immersive music performances give rise to the possibility of multiple kinds of music at the intersection of different cultures and regions.
Zhang Zeyangping and Wu Yumo mostly use installations and images as media. They also use AnyOne as an independent label to produce and distribute publications in various media materials such as photo books, vinyl, and tape.
A combination of local practice and cross-media creation, and dialogue between sound and specific environment and events.
A Chinese artist, musician, and engineer currently based in Tkarón: to/Toronto as an uninvited guest. X creates mixed-media installations and performances as media poetry, synthesizing language, code, sound, body, image, data, light, and time. Their work makes noises in the speculative space of sensorium, coupling it with more-than-human agencies (internet, artificial intelligence, electricity and circuitry, and non-human organisms) to experiment with meaning-becoming and world-building.
Lei Hongcai's cross-media art project. His multiple identities, ranging from Audio-Visual to Space, made him constantly rethink the ambiguous boundary between technology and sensibility, while his familiarity with algorithmic generation and interactive circuits allow him to better appreciate the manual and systematic nature of the process. Just as macro simplifies the code, “Macro” offers a more concise view of society and life in the digital age.
A painter who depicts the beauty of conveying energy metamorphosis through several media such as installation, photos and performance. Combining the energy of movement and the vibrancy of colors, Akiko Nakayama brings pictures to life. Called “Alive Painting”, Akiko depicts the resonance between shapes and textures by using different types of liquids, each with a unique characteristic. In recent years, She is energetically engaged in giving her performance “Alive Painting” SOLO & Collaborations in various cities.
A Japanese contemporary artist based in Tokyo, His works take on multiple forms such as site-specific installation works, recordings, and experimental films. He composes the time sculpture with the field recordings, kinetic objects and the experimental films, and reconstructs architecturally the audiovisual phenomenon. In recent years, his works are shown across the world at international festivals and museums. He is also a Film Director for fashion and product design-related art films, and has produced numerous works for a variety of media.