Open your ears to the Japanese sound art scene

© Kiyotoshi Takashima

The omnipresence of shared images has had the unexpected effect of reviving people’s interest in sound, whether it’s through streaming or the exponential number of podcasts that are flooding the Internet

It’s a good time to take an interest in sound art. In its LE26BY space, Galerie Felix Frachon brings together three generations of Japanese artists who explore sound through sculpture, video, graphic design, and performance.

The pieces by Yukio Fujimoto, Lyota Yagi, Mamoru, Atsushi Nishijima, and the Softpad collective offer an immersive experience in which sounds voyage, converse, and evolve to reshape our relationship with the environment. 

Voice and sound waves: the Japanese scene 14/2 > 11/5, Galerie Felix Frachon

Fijn dat je wil reageren. Wie reageert, gaat akkoord met onze huisregels. Hoe reageren via Disqus? Een woordje uitleg.
Lees meer over

Nieuws uit Brussel in je mailbox?