HAGOROMO // ONLINE CONCERT
Presented by JOLT Arts, slowlabel.info, Hullick Studios.
THE AMPLIFIED ELEPHANTS WITH RYOKO AOKI
// HAGOROMO //
Although isolated by COVID-19 and separated by the vast distance between Australia and Japan, this remarkable project brings together the timeless beauty of Ryoko Aoki – Noh singer – and the electronic sonic wonderland of The Amplified Elephants. Through a process of sophisticated online streaming, the Melbourne-based Elephants and Japan’s Aoki will translate the music of the Noh play “羽衣 -HAGOROMO-” into a cross-cultural expression of creative solidarity. The project features the Disruptive Critters interface created by Jonathan Duckworth, James Hullick and Ross Eldridge at RMIT University.
Funders: The Toyota Foundation, Interactive Arts and Disability: Creative Rehabilitation and Activity for Individuals with a Disability (Representative: Shigenori Mochizuki); Australia Japan Foundation.
Singer: Ryoko Aoki (Noh singer)
Performers: The Amplified Elephants
Media Artists: Jonathan Duckworth (Interactive designer/Associate Prof from RMIT Uni.)
Shigenori Mochizuki (Media Artist/Associate Prof. from Ritsumeikan Uni.)
After the 15-min. performance of “羽衣 -HAGOROMO-”, there will be a discussion about the collaboration.
|Shigenori Mochizuki||Jonathan Duckworth|
|James Hullick (Sound Artist/Jolt Arts. Inc CEO)||Moderator: Yoshie Kris (Para Creative Producer/SLOW LABEL Director）|
|Sunday||28 March||5:00pm – 6:30pm|
Tickets are free via registration