Clay.Sound

Clay.Sound

Compiled this series of works into video documentation.

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Clay.Sound, Exhibitions

Clay. Sound, September 2011

Exhibition Date: 2 -11 September 2011
Venue: Sculpture Square, Chapel Gallery, 155 Middle Road, Singapore 188977.

Description:
If a tree falls in the forest, and no one is around to hear it, does it still make a sound? In Clay. Sound, six artists question this formless “entity”and endeavor to reinterpret and work it into a physical form through various media and concepts.

Artists Involved:
– Janice Yap
– Lee Cai Jun
– Nafsiah Mohamad
– Ng Chai Kim
– Randi Tan
– Tey Su Gurn

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Description:

Clay . Sound, compose an interdisciplinary relationship between visual and aural art. The vibration of the invisible sound wave that travels in the air, will be captured into their visual forms, allowing the viewer to grasp and visualize the movement and ambiance created.

Artist: LEE CAI JUN

Title: Ripples

Medium: White Stoneware

Dimension: L 31 x W 31 x H 10 cm

Year: August 2011

Description: In “Ripples”, the artist captures sound in the three states of matter, solid, liquid and air.

Artist: LEE CAI JUN

Title: Metronome

Medium: Glass, Wood, Clay

Dimension: L 20 X W 15 X H 7 cm (Individual)

Year: September 2011

Description: A fixed regular aural pulse, synchronized with visual motion.

Artist: LEE CAI JUN

Title: Golden Symphony

Medium: White Stoneware & Acrylic Paint

Dimension: L 124 X W 70 x H 4 cm

Year: September 2011 

 

Description:

 “The Golden Symphony”, is the artist’s attempt to conduct a symphony through visual rather than aural perception. The unison of various notes, tempos and dynamics produce by different instruments create a visual spectacle for the eye.