Listening performance: Flashback session



Her series of listening performance explores the question, ‘How does hearing experience construct?’ in the context of psycho-philosophical acoustic.

In the performance, She puts a binaural microphone into my ears and invite the audience to her auditory perception with a site-specific binaural recording and unique narrative using voice.

It starts from listening to a place where performance is happening, then jumps to surreal space-time.

The most recent one, Listening performance: flashback session, is about a hearing experience in my memory of the Hague.

she brings audiences to a personal specific time and places in the Hague. In this process, she dialectically explains what elements constitute a hearing and audiences experience.

Bus 22; The other's sonic experience (Audiobook)



The book includes one and a half years of artistic practice and research on sonic experiences and Sci-fi audio fiction: Bus 22.

The research starts off from a first-person perspective – myself; what am I listening to now? The surrounding soundscapes is represented by sound notations in an explicit form and explored through listening performances in order to understand the structure of hearing in a philosophical way.

Then, the thesis shows how the writer’s interest moved to ‘the other’ (second or third person perspective) with the question: What is I’m listening to and how is it different to what you’re hearing? This brings forth the element of fiction by which a third person’s sonic experience is revealed.

Bus 22 is an audio-playback of a fictional story with visual instructions. It is based on two main aspects; Anamnesis: mnemo-perceptive effects, and Voice in thoughts: storytelling. Finally, the thesis talks about the encountered difficulties during research and making processes. The conclusion encompasses the value of perceived and narrative based sound arts.

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Listening Performance: Ingest, respond ... and listen



Her series of listening performance explores the question, ‘How does hearing experience construct?’ in the context of psycho-philosophical acoustic.

'Listening performance: Ingest, respond ... and listen' is about observe feedback loops inside of the human body. In this performance, she drinks milk, amplify sound of digestion and listen to it herself with audiences.

It specifically explores - 'How sensitivity effects to auditory perception?' using research of continental phenomenology.

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Fall in/out; Live coding performance



In <Fall in / out> which composed of a series of <Fall in> and <Fall out>, she explores the story of human as a being in nature, not individual in society then, decomposes and simplifies its complexity of the events from the human in nature.

After that, she sorts out the events with the causalities in the same axis that nature experienced from the early history Earth.
In the way of expression, she borrows a frame of cinema interpretation/criticism which breaks down the narrative then assembles according to causation based on the text-culture. In this work, texts and images used in text-culture are tools of disassembly, and texts and images used in science are tools of alignment. Also, It is similar regarding dealing with audiovisuals, but there is a difference in that if the disassembly/assembly used by the former is a secondary product to artwork, this work itself leads to the art.

Fall in / out isn't a clear answer to her fundamental questions such as nature, existence, and order. However, in the process of re-assembling the moments of our life that pass by with the rhythm of the natural events, we feel the liveness and in the process of organizing the disorder, we can figure out the order of our life.

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Km, hm, hm the H/a/g/uuu/eeeee



Metal high chair, 4.1 channels audio playback, 60x70x2100cm
May 2021, Grey space in the middle, Exhibition 'Actie!'

Space sensing devices; Portable impulse maker



Instrument, 15x20x60cm
Nov 2020, Royal academy of Art The Hague, ArtScience interfaculty

Space sensing devices; Brain wave to vibration convertor



Instrument, 25x20x30cm
Oct 2020, Royal academy of Art The Hague, ArtScience interfaculty

Structuring Sonic Atmospheres



Drawing on a paper, A4
Oct 2020, Royal academy of Art The Hague, ArtScience interfaculty

1. In the Blanket not asleep
2. Den Haag Centraal station 4pm
3. 7:30 in the morning

Categorizing and listing study



Drawing on a paper, A4
Sep 2020, Royal academy of Art The Hague, ArtScience interfaculty