Updated: Jul 6
The first sound-based festival addressing environmental awareness and engagement in Hong Kong, this project brings together works of sound artists and composers that are realised both as an advocacy and a work of art. Structured around performances, workshops and conference, “Sonic Ecology” provides a platform to reflect on new ways of the arts responding to pressing issues of climate change, global warming and sustainable development.
Curators: Lam Lai, William Lane
To be announced
Australian sound artist Leah Barclay's "Ocean Listening" is an interdisciplinary research project that explores the creative possibilities of marine bioacoustics and the potential for sound as a tool for engagement and awareness around ocean health. Click the image to learn more about the project. Photo © Leah Barclay.
Be inspired by composer and conductor Gregor Mayhofer's Insect Concerto, an interesting example on how to raise awareness of environmental protection through music.
"Sonic Ecology" is part of practice-led research platform "Caravanserais", presented and produced by the HKNME.
“Caravanserais” is financially supported by the Arts Capacity Development Funding Scheme of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.
The content of this programme does not reflect the views of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.