SOUNDS LIKE PRINT | 28.04–01.05.2023 | 24.05.2023–26.11.2023
Sounds Like Print looks at the interplay of “sound” and “print”, through objects produced in multiples and with the potential to circulate, like cassettes, CDs, vinyl records, books, fanzines, and posters. The presentation as a whole offers a visual slice of the “do-it-yourself” spirit of independent art and sound publishers, and their ways to connect with others through forms of self-expression.
Complementing a central display of experimental music scenes in the Mainland and Hong Kong, several thematic “Notations” are on view. Also featured are installations by contemporary artists, which will evolve alongside performances and conversations by incorporating time and tempo over the run of the project.
Curated by Ingrid Pui Yee Chu and Dr Edward Sanderson, and co-organised with Daniel Szehin Ho.
Special thanks to all the artists in this project, pianists Shelley Ng and Linda Yim, Tom Lee Music, Contemporary Music Hong Kong, Hong Kong New Music Ensemble, and Matthew Walker and James Hoff (Primary Information).
Interns: Iuliia Zheribor, Hua You Ran (Rosen) Zhu