IAN-JOHN HUTCHINSON: ARRANGEMENTS THAT DIMINISH THE DISTANCE
Programme 1 – Wednesday 12 April, 1700 NZST
Programme 2 – Wednesday 19 April, 1700 NZST
Record a location where sounds from the distance can be heard (not excluding other sounds)
Choose a location of interest… introduce further sounds into the location periodically
Move sounds from the distance to the foreground…
At the same location, transition from a wide, airy aspect to an enclosed reflective aspect…
Part 1(Within Walking Distance Matakana)
Part 2(Within Walking Distance Tawharanui)
Wednesday 12 April, 1700 NZST
Part 1(Within Walking Distance Karekare)
Part 2(Within Cycling Distance Chuncheon)
Wednesday 19 April, 1700 NZST
Ian-John Hutchinson (生1973, New Zealand) is an artist and musician living in Korea. His work includes field recording, live performance, collaboration and event production.
Since 2015 he has operated the Second Heard Sound Shop which is a (dis)located_sounds audience_participation artwork. The shop has operated in Korea at; Chuncheon Art Forest, Hapjeong Seoul Gallery Sagakhyun, Seoul Metropolitan Museum of Art, Seoul Oil Tank Culture Park, Chuncheon Taemoni Mengle Mengle Gallery, Namhaedo Space Mijo, and Gwangju Barim.
Broadcasts related to the located sounds have been curated for Framework Radio (Framework afield shows #587, #730) and AFM (Acoustic Viewing Cycling Tour).