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NO MAN’s LAND, ISSUE 31 : When Memories Collide, 2017

 

Sound Route: Three Notes on Geography

 

Author: Wu Chi Yu, Shen Sum Sum, Musquiqui Chihying
translated by Zoey Wu

 

http://etat-heath.blogspot.tw/2017/06/sound-route-three-notes-on-geography.html

 

“Note: Sound is intrinsically fleeting; however in the long river of history, sound may come in handy to help us survive the excessive material accumulation and understand geography, migration and contemporaneity. “Sound Route: Three Notes on Geography” is the study notes written respectively by WU Chi-Yu, SHEN Sum-Sum and Musquiqui Chihying, the three artists who initiated the sound research project “Sound Route”, they attempt to write from the contrapuntal positions of sound, music and geography, and sort out the possible progression of modern history."

 


 

publication RijksakademieOPEN 2014

 

http://www.rijksakademie.nl/NL/alumni-profile/wu-chi-yu/texts

 

“…By metaphorically addressing different fragments of the puzzle, Wu attempts to make the viewer aware of the framework of connections. Recently he has started focusing on meta-stories about more generic cultural connections and differences, and their impact on daily life. "

 


 

6th work book of Seoul Art Space Geumcheon, 2013

 

Wu Chi-Yu: Re-connecting Things with the World

 

by Po-Wei Wang

 

http://www.wuchiyu.com/seoul-art-space-geumcheon-2013/

 

" …Such a logic decreases the original hybridity and diversity of our world, which leads to the mundanity of life and poverty of meaning. Wu believes that art can contribute to our world by enriching life and meaning as well as re-establishing the connections among humans, things, animals, and the world. "