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Matsusaka Daisuke // WAVE "To be given in this place, this height, this space." TAPE

Matsusaka Daisuke // WAVE "To be given in this place, this height, this space." TAPE

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WAVE "To be awarded in this space at this height in this place"
2020

Sound installation

This work was newly created for the "Ima" Exhibition 2020, and the composer John Cage gave "Organ² / ASLSP" ("as slowly as possible" to give a virtually infinite amount of time. By using (necessary) as the theme, I created a resonance with the works that are looking at the present time.The organ version and the piano version are disassembled, and the sound in the room collected by the microphone is responded to in real time and reverberated from the speaker.At the same time, this sound was also broadcast on the Internet, and I was able to listen to it on my mobile terminal from the QR code.The sound of "Organ² / ASLSP", which is based on the dramatic idea of ​​the cage pursuing the artistry of time and space of music, runs through the space of the room and the internet by the sounds produced by the people in the venue. At this moment, you can feel the existence of life and the sense of dynamism that emerges from this place inside you.
This sound source contains the sound generated at the venue on June 6th, and it may be possible to give it as "another experience" from there... ---Daisuke Matsuzaka


WAVE “To be given in this place, this height, this space.”
2020
Sound Installation

This work is a new creation for the “Now” exhibition 2020. By taking as a subject the song “Organ² / ASLSP” (instructed to play “as slow as possible” and virtually require the infinite time for play) by Composer John Cage created a resonance with another works that look at the present moment. The organ and piano versions of each piece are deconstructed and reverberated through the speakers in real time in response to room sounds collected by a microphone. At the same time, the sound was also broadcast online and could be heard on each person's mobile device via QR code. The sound of "Organ² / ASLSP" with Cage's leaping idea of ​​pursuing the artistry of time and space of music makes us feel the presence and vitality of life in this moment to inside ourselves by running through the space of the room and the net, by the sounds made by the people in the venue.
This recording contains the sounds generated at the June 28 venue and you might be given as "another experience".
 -Matsusaka Daisuke
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WAVE "To be awarded in this space at this height in this place"
2020

Sound installation

This work was newly created for the "Ima" Exhibition 2020, and the composer John Cage gave "Organ² / ASLSP" ("as slowly as possible" to give a virtually infinite amount of time. By using (necessary) as the theme, I created a resonance with the works that are looking at the present time.The organ version and the piano version are disassembled, and the sound in the room collected by the microphone is responded to in real time and reverberated from the speaker.At the same time, this sound was also broadcast on the Internet, and I was able to listen to it on my mobile terminal from the QR code.The sound of "Organ² / ASLSP", which is based on the dramatic idea of ​​the cage pursuing the artistry of time and space of music, runs through the space of the room and the internet by the sounds produced by the people in the venue. At this moment, you can feel the existence of life and the sense of dynamism that emerges from this place inside you.
This sound source contains the sound generated at the venue on June 6th, and it may be possible to give it as "another experience" from there... ---Daisuke Matsuzaka


WAVE “To be given in this place, this height, this space.”
2020
Sound Installation

This work is a new creation for the “Now” exhibition 2020. By taking as a subject the song “Organ² / ASLSP” (instructed to play “as slow as possible” and virtually require the infinite time for play) by Composer John Cage created a resonance with another works that look at the present moment. The organ and piano versions of each piece are deconstructed and reverberated through the speakers in real time in response to room sounds collected by a microphone. At the same time, the sound was also broadcast online and could be heard on each person's mobile device via QR code. The sound of "Organ² / ASLSP" with Cage's leaping idea of ​​pursuing the artistry of time and space of music makes us feel the presence and vitality of life in this moment to inside ourselves by running through the space of the room and the net, by the sounds made by the people in the venue.
This recording contains the sounds generated at the June 28 venue and you might be given as "another experience".
 -Matsusaka Daisuke