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Emergency Noises: Workshop on Sound, Instrument, and Alarm

Sunday, January 19, 2020, 1:00pm–5:00pm


Artist: Lintang RADITTYA (Instrument Builder, Sound/Electronic Artist)
Guest: suzueri (sound artist)

Date: Sunday, January 19, 2020, 1:00pm–5:00pm
Venue: ICC 4F special space
* In the workshop, the soldering iron will be used. Elementary school children must be accompanied by the parents.
Recommended for: the higher classes of elementary school and older
Capacity: 10 persons (Application is required. Decided by lot)
Admission free (Ticket is required to see the exhibition.)
With interpretation (Japanese-English)
Welcome to come and see the workshop.

Organizer: NTT InterCommunication Center [ICC]
The Japan Foundation Asia Center



Lintang RADITTYA is an instrument builder and sound/electronic artist based in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, whose current interests include DIY analog electronics, the relationship between sound and space, randomness, Javanese futurism, and the intersections of electroacoustic, interactive, and experimental music. He has taught workshops, held exhibitions, performed live, lectured, and created unique instruments and installations at many locations and festivals around the world, including CTM Festival (Berlin, 2019), Nusasonic (Yogyakarta, 2018), SynthFest (Malaysia, 2017), and the Holland Festival at STEIM (Amsterdam, 2017). Lintang also founded Kenali Rangkai Pakai, a project focused on the research and development of DIY synthesizers in Indonesia, and initiated, which attempts to document and database synthesizer culture (both building and development) in Indonesia.


Sound Artist. Exploring her interests in the gap between physicality and interaction with tools and musical instruments as well as narratives emerging from relationships with actions, suzueri’s practice encompasses both live performances and exhibitions. Her work is particularly characterized by combining pianos with self-made devices to make a roundabout, restless form of expression where musical instruments, devices, performance, and song all interfere with one another. Based in Tokyo, she regularly holds live events as well as collaborating or performing with Japanese and international artists from the fields of experimental music and sound art. A frequent performer overseas, her recent appearances include Tsonami Sound Art Festival 2019 (Chile), Hanoi New Music Festival 2019 (Vietnam Museum of Ethnology), SFX Seoul 2018 (Alternative Space LOOP, South Korea), and Harvard Graduate Music Forum 2018 (Harvard University, USA). She is also a part-time lecturer in the Department of Imaging Arts and Sciences at Musashino Art University.

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