Arnont Nongyao "Drink Sky On Rabbit's Field (Funeral Song for Nothing)"


Arnont Nongyao "Drink Sky On Rabbit's Field (Funeral Song for Nothing)"

- TEF Vol.10 Performance [Open Call Program]




TitleArnont Nongyao "Drink Sky On Rabbit's Field (Funeral Song for Nothing)"
- TEF Vol.10 Performance [Open Call Program] Date:
Date2015.12.4(Fri) - 2015.12.5(Sat)
Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture, Tokyo Wonder Site
TWS Hongo
Arnont Nongyao

When the time we will drink sky coming we will listen to a funeral song composed by bullet's sound and repeat 112 round that for nothing and after that we will compose a new song together. We will look at the sky inside our body and share to each other for the public song.

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Ticket Information

Tickets available at door. (Limited number only)
Please visit venue 15 minutes before the performance starts.

Date: December 4 (Fri.), 5 (Sat.), 2015 Finished
Start: 19:15 (Doors Open: 19:00)
*Duration 40 mins
Venue: Tokyo Wonder Site Hongo
Ticket: 900 yen

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*Please note that program content may change due to inevitable reasons.


Arnont Nongyao
(b. 1979, Bangkok) plays with various media including sound, video, and installation, often in site-specific and public spaces. His practice with sound centers on exploring modes of listening and hearing as a social situation and an exercise of control, through experimentation with vibrations derived from connected things, such as human beings, objects and society. He is Co-Director of Chiang Mai Collective (CMC), an open network of innovative sound artists and practitioners. Selected solo exhibitions include TRANCE (2014) with Piyarat Piyapongwiwat, Gallery VER, Bangkok; and Imaginarium (2011), Chiang Mai Univ. Selected group exhibitions include 16th Media Art Biennale WRO 2015, Poland; Papay Gyro Nights Art Festival 2015, Hong Kong.

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