Wednesday, 24 April
6.00 – 8.30pm
How to create unexpected sonic work and outcomes on the fly? We invite Chooc-Ly Tan to share her practice as a multi-disciplinary artist, music producer and DJ. During the evening we will explore the sonic potentials of objects, materials and digital devices, to create a more immersive and dynamic environment. The workshop will also consider the acoustic dimension of physical space as a means for artmaking. We will experiment with created and found vocals and sound, using them as samples, transforming and looping them, to create new alternate sonic realms.
Chooc-Ly Tan is a French-born Afro/Vietnamese/Cambodian artist, DJ, producer & lecturer in Fine Art (RCA) Chooc-Ly Tan’s practice sets out to investigate systems or tools that are used to understand the world. As an inquisitive and socio-politically engaged artist moving between interdisciplinary projects, Chooc-Ly works across moving images, installation, performance and sound. Read more
Alongside the Saturday sessions, our Youth Collective Talks and Events Series offers people aged between 15 – 25 years the opportunity to engage and learn about matters surrounding contemporary art and artistic production through a series of workshops, talks, interventions and screenings as a way of expanding professional development opportunities.