|Sat. Sep. 11, 2021||3:00 pm – 4:00 pm ( CEST)
After the live stream it will be archived.
Memories of journey, the future of spatial acoustics – See by Your Ears
Sound artist evala explores sound design not only in the sense of composing music along the time axis, but spatially. In recent years, he has continued to present a number of sound works that no one has ever experienced before, as his spatial view of the musical world leads to the evolution of innovative sound technology and methods. In the talk session, evala will reveal his interpretation of technology and designing the sound as an output, as we review his past works from the past through his latest award-winning creations, Chosho Hakkei, Invisible Cinema „Sea, See, She – To you, who is yet to come“, Synesthesia X1-2.44, Touch that Sound, and Acoustic Vessel Odyssey.
evala has been creating edgy works of electronic music, and exploring auditory experience with the use of 3D sound systems as new instruments. Founder of „See by Your Ears“, a project to explore the dormant possibilities in hearing under the concept “seeing with one’s ears.” In 2020, evala received the Excellence Award at the 24th Japan Media Arts Festival for his „Sea, See, She – To you, who is yet to come,“ based on the concept of „invisible cinema“. In 2021, he received the Prix Ars Electronica Honorable Mention for his spatial sound album“ Chosho Hakkei in Rittor Base – HPL ver“
Founded Acoustic Field Inc. in 2007. Kubo’s work includes the development of sound systems and consulting on spatial audio, and based on his rich experience, he provides technical support for sound artists‘ music production and installations using spatial audio. In 2014, he released the high-quality binaural processing technology HPL. He is a technical director of See by Your Ears.
Visiting Researcher, The University of Tokyo
Adviser, The Project to Support Emerging Media Arts Creators, Agency for Cultural Affairs, Government of Japan, 2017-2019
TOMURA is a content-plus-sustainability professional, with a focus on the integration of advanced technology into new experiences and social issues. She joined Sony Corp. in 2001 and oversaw the launch of the digital content distribution business at Sony Pictures Entertainment (Japan) and at Aniplex. After leading CSR Innovation in Sony Corp. and tackling social issues with NGOs, she now oversees content development, Sci&Tech communication, and sustainability.
Supported and organized by RITTOR BASE