Hankil Ryu / lo wie
You are cordially invited to a series of sound art presentations, workshops and performances to take place on 24th February 2017 in Culture Lab and Fine Art, Newcastle University. These are free and don’t cost anything to attend / participate. They are aimed at anyone interested in electronic music, electronic performance, digital media, creative practice involving technology, artists developing their own musical instruments, musicians, artists and those with an interest in contemporary music and performance in Korea.
Following a recent Arts Council England sponsored research visit to South Korea artists Ben Freeth and Yvette Hawkins in collaboration with Jez riley French have invited Korean artist’s Hankil Ryu and Lo Wie to Newcastle.
To share practice and expand networks there will be a series of workshops, presentations, and performances taking place over two days: 23rd and 24th February 2017. Ben and Yvette will launch “Hybrid Cultures / Borderless Practice” a book and set of recordings on the Sonospace label. This will feature their work in Korea. https://www.sonospace.org/
Jez riley French will work with First Year Fine Art Students to create a performance involving field recording and photographic scores.
Hankil Ryu and Io wie will work with Creative Arts Practice students, fine art students and members of the public to explore acts of listening, writing and collective vocalisation.