We are here in Seoul at Seoul Art Space, Mullae with Hankil Ryu, as part of Mullae Resonance Festival, to install a new exhibition of ‘Pavilion (Deconstructed)’ – Kay’s smaller touring version of her current piece at British Ceramics Biennial (BCB), accompanied by a stereo realisation of Joseph’s 4-channel sound installation, also from BCB. The exhibition will be launched with a concert by Joseph, Hankil and Sehee Choi. All three of the above artists were contributors to Celadonaphonic (see below).
The sound piece can be previewed below as a stereo mix excerpt.
Celadonaphonic is a GPS-triggered sound walk that features 6 new commissioned sound pieces made in response to various ceramic processes. Three Korean and three UK artists, including myself, made work for the Echoes platform and the resulting sound walk can be downloaded from the iOS and Android stores, by searching for echoes.xyz. Once downloaded, look for ‘Celadonaphonic’ (the original version in Stoke-n-Trent) or ‘Celadonaphonic (Seoul)’ and then off you go. Sounds can also be downloaded and listened to offline.
It’s been an extraordinary journey throughout this year with exhibitions, performances, a sound app and an international residency programme, all made possible with the generous support of Arts Council England.