Sound art is a broad artistic genre that uses sound as a primary medium of expression. It blurs the lines between traditional art forms, music, and noise, often pushing the limits of what is considered art. Sound artists create works with a variety of sound-producing elements, such as recorded sounds, acoustic and electronic instruments, field recordings, found objects, and technology. Sound artists frequently use sound as both a medium and a subject.
‘Bebunyian’ festival will feature performances and art installations where you can get acquainted with this unique medium in an intimate setting. There will also be opportunities for immersive experiences and public discussion. Please keep an eye and ear on this space for updates on ‘Bebunyian’ over the next few weeks!
This event is hosted by the Korean Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and organised by KOFICE, the Korean Foundation for International Cultural Exchange, and curated by Baseline.
Utami Atasia Ishii
Lead curator: Ayos Purwoaji
With auditory experiences from:
Sound Healing Experience:
Dewi Hapsari x WAFT Lab
Akademi Sages x Utami Atasia Ishii
Bebunyian DIY Merch Bar:
Games by: SKCC Board Games Lounge
‘Bebunyian’ Sound Art Festival
26 November, 2023
13.00 – 21.00
Jl. Raya Darmo Permai III No. 54 Sukomanunggal, Surabaya
This event is hosted by the Korean Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and organised by KOFICE, the Korean Foundation for International Cultural Exchange in partnership with KCC, and curated by Baseline.