Meanwhile, in Fukushima: a collaborative sound project and an “open sounds library”. #2.
Electronic Frequencies presents (for the second time this year) artists inspired by Fukushima (Japan) and it’s recent history. "Meanwhile, in Fukushima" is a collaborative sound project and an "open sounds library". Central focus is the Fukushima nuclear disaster from 2011 and its after effects up till today. A huge collective of artists from around the globe have participated (a.o. Otomo Yoshihide), and the project continues welcoming any artist interested in this topical subject. More info about the open call can be found here: http://fukushima-open-sounds.net/development/call-for-sounds-donation-how-to-participate/ http://fukushima-open-sounds.net/english/ 1/ "Once upon a time in Fukushima", Frédéric Mathevet 14:00 "Once upon a time in Fukushima" is a score for aerophone (Frédéric Mathevet) and bariton saxophone (Jean-Philippe Velu) http://fukushima-open-sounds.net/carte/frederic-mathevet/ 2/ "Poisson-Globe, Hommage à Fukushima", Stéphan Barron 15:09 So far, so close, into us, without borders. Life, city noises. Invisible, diffuse, overwhelming terror. Everything here, there, going on, fragile and diaphanous. http://fukushima-open-sounds.net/carte/stephan-barron/ 3/ "Sen no kioku, mémoire d’une ligne", Ayako Sato 10:40 "Sen No Kioku" Japanese for one line memory, is an attempt to define and draw an emotional distance.