World Premiere of Rightist Mushrooms (2019) in Kulturpalast Dresden by AuditivVokal (Nov. 9, 2019)
Kingyo Obsession (2017)
for four voices or choir (SATB)
Commissioned by Soundstreams (Canada)
ca. 5 min.
Bonsai Modulation (2015)
ca. 2min 50 sec.
Diverse sound can be heard from trees and plants. Sound can be heard when the wind rustles the leaves, when the twigs mingle with each other, when humans rub their hands against treebarks, and when branches fall. They also produce high frequency waves, much higher than our hearing capacities (20 ~ 20,000 Hz). All sound materials used in the music of Bonsai Modulation were recorded, sampled and edited from different specimens of trees. Frequencies higher than 20,000 Hz were brought down to our hearing range with a computer. Bonsai Modulation was used as the audio track in the sound installation "Somewhere Close" in 2015, exhibited at Pioneer Works, New York.
April 16 - 30, 2015
Curated by Galen Joseph-Hunter
Pioneer Works, New York, NY
Aug 13. 2017
Hyperobjects: Music of Tomorrow
Curated by Lemon Guo
Chronus Arts Center, Shanghai, People's Republic of China