As part of an annual series of artist-curated sonic and interdisciplinary events in extraordinary spaces - MODE - produced by Thirty Three Thirty Three, the Japan Foundation is delighted to partner on welcoming artist Yosuke Fujita as he creates distinct live sonic performances, inspired by traditional Japanese Gagaku music; incorporating flowing water, the human voice and analogue reel tapes for a multi-sensory experience.
Yosuke Fujita presents NOISEEM
Yosuke Fujita creates distinct live sonic performances that are inspired by traditional Japanese Gagaku music; incorporating flowing water, the human voice and analogue reel tapes to create spatial and sonic compositions that are designed to stimulate and embrace the eye and the ear. For the European premiere of NOISEEM, he will employ synthesised water tanks interconnected with a unique pipe organ fabricated by Fujita to construct an immersive environment that aims to elicit embodied multi-sensory experiences.
In conjunction with his performance work, Fujita has featured in numerous exhibitions including INVISIBLE LAKE (2015), presenting a sound installation that focused on underwater sounds, and CELL (2017) at the Sapporo International Art Festival, which comprised a sonic work that amplified the sounds of black soldier fly larvae buried in the soil.