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ABOUT THE EXHIBITION

D MUSEUM presents SOUNDMUSEUM, a large scale group exhibition filling the entire museum with sound and multi-sensory experiences from May 19.
The exhibition features 22 works across multifaceted categories, from sound installation, audience-driven performance, interactive sound installation,
light art to visual music by 13 internationally recognized artists and collectives.
With this exhibition, D MUSEUM is being reinvented as a new art platform where 13 sound spaces await to elicit awareness, sentiments and memories of individuals. In infinite yet transient aural world the audience will be reintroduced to the sense of hearing and guided into the journey of space, time and sound.

“Without our memories,
without the persistence of vision
and the reverb of the sounds we heard
it all would be meaningless.”

- Robert Henke, Fragile Territories -

EXHIBITION FEATURES

M1

David Helbich, House of Ear, 2020

Lab212, Portée/, 2014

The exhibition reminds us that sound is an element that not only we can respond to, but also inspires us to imagine and to create ourselves,
through sound installation by Robin Minard, in which hundreds of loudspeakers produces subtle and clear sounds;
David Helbich’s audience-led performance where the participants are invited to create unique rhythm using their hands and ears;
Kristin Oppenheim’s minimalist vocal installation in which her dreamy voice awakens the memories of the listener; Lab212’s interactive
sound art wherein visual and audible harmony is composed from the fingertips, and Bona Park’s multi-channel video work guiding
the visitor to the new understanding of the sensibility of sound.

  • 01 Into the Sound Robin Minard
  • 02 Make No Music David Helbich
  • 03 Water You Kristin Oppenheim
  • 04 Compose Score Lab212
  • 05 Listen and Find Bona Park
M2

Doron Sadja, The Sound of Light in a Silent Room, 2020

MONOM, Lost Spaces: Rainforest Variations, 2020

The exhibition continues to the upper floor, where Doron Sadja’s site-specific installation creates the rhythm of color in silence while
Robert Henke’s audio-visual performance leads the audience into an infinitely changing space generated by shimmering laser lights.
Major works by some of the pioneers of visual music, Mary Ellen Bute, Jules Engel and Jordan Belson are also presented,
which became the foundation of today’s music video along with MONOM’s immersive 4DSOUND installation allows the audience
to traverse across different space-time.

  • 06 Rethink Noise Doron Sadja
  • 07 Tacet, Tacet, Tacet Doron Sadja
  • 08 Immerse Yourself In Robert Henke
  • 09 See Sound Mary Ellen Bute, Jules Engel
    Oskar Fischinger, Jordan Belson
  • 10 Journey Through MONOM
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Vasku & Klug, Breath of Light, 2018 ©Preciosa Lighting

Lastly, the audience is also greeted by poetic and compelling works in unexpected places throughout the museum,
including Vasku & Klug’s interactive light and sound sculpture inspired by the form of chandelier combined with fairytale-like stories.
Other wonderful surprises in the exhibition include films from Oskar Fischinger’s oeuvre which are key works influencing and shaping the history of visual music, and an independent theater screening Jordan Belson’s Fountain of Dreams that explores music by the quintessential composer of the Romanticism era, Franz Liszt.

  • 11 Hear Me Lights Vasku & Klug
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