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an overflowing bowl of water in a sink displays beautiful interference waves
11 October 2008
DCA

Film Programme: Events

Benedict Drew Takehisa Kosugi Various Artists

Everyday objects and materials (rubber bands, paper, a sink, microphones) disabused of their inertia and made to speak for themselves in a kind of focusing in on the tiny, repetitive, almost unobserved (sonic/ visual) potential of everyday things put into motion.

Kill Your Timid Notion 08
Several 16mm film frames of a stairway covering both image and sound areas
19 February 2006
DCA

Film Programme 4: Space

Guy Sherwin Thomas Köner Various Artists Takehisa Kosugi

A programme looking at landscape, filmic or architectural spaces and at how the fixed stare of a camera frame only captures so much reality; here we focus on how filmmakers structure our relationship with that reality and at how they relate it to or interpret it through sound.

Kill Your Timid Notion 06
Takehisa Kosugi bowing a violin between two screens showing waves
21 May 2005
The Sage Gateshead

Catch-Wave ’05

Takehisa Kosugi

A new interpretation of Kosugi’s Catch-Wave, producing a cloud of fluctuating, hypnotic drones, in front of a backdrop of projected waves.

Music Lover’s Field Companion 05
A microphone wrapped in white paper on a mic stand on stage
20 May 2005
The Sage Gateshead

MICRO 1

Takehisa Kosugi

MICRO 1 – Wrap a live microphone with a very large sheet of paper. Make a light bundle. Keep the microphone live for another 5 minutes. T. Kosugi – (1961)

Music Lover’s Field Companion 05