Sound Bath

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Sound Bath

Date & Time

10 Oct 2020 6pm


Laundry Steps / Online


Free of charge



Sound artist and therapist Paul Yip will take participants on a mesmerising journey of visual stimulation and healing soundscapes that induce a spiritual awareness of “reality”, questioning our experiences of existence and non-existence, contradiction and transcendence of duality.

This programme was originally scheduled to be presented eight times in February 2020 as part of the 48th HKAF.


Sound Bath [live performance]

Duration:approx 60 min
Performance starts at 6 pm at Tai Kwun's Laundry Steps. Free admission
*One performance ONLY on 10 Oct 2020

Sound Bath [go online]

Duration:approx 60 min
Please follow for online screening schedule
with Chinese and English subtitles

The programmes are subject to change. The Organiser reserves the right to change the programme without prior notice.

A Hong Kong Arts Festival Production

Production Team

Music and Artistic Director   Paul Yip


PAUL YIP (Hong Kong)
Artistic director of IZEN Music and a sound therapist at NADA YOGA. Yip has been a sound designer for performing arts and film for over ten years. He has also collaborated with dancers, musicians, directors and artists in festivals in more than ten countries, including PGN Nordic Arts Festival (Norway), TPAM (Japan), BIDAM (Busan), Clockenflap Music Festival (Hong Kong), Boom Festival (Portugal), Samsara Festival (Hungary), and TEDx (Shenzhen). These collaborations have been focused on spiritual sound, cinematic soundscape, ambient noise, minimalist piano, abstract electronics, DJ-ing, multi-instrumental material and improvisation in pursuit of the aesthetics of sound. Yip has been an artist-in-residence at Shin Eunju Dance Theatre in Busan and Tongji University in Shanghai. He has made soundtracks for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia, SEOP Dance Company (Korea), the Hong Kong Arts Festival, the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts and the film Raging Fire (featuring Donny Yen).

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