Hasla Suk-Jun Kim

“I was in this land called Hasla. A far-off land in which everything seemed familiar and yet oddly alien; a place you have never traveled to and yet which in a strange way is similar to every city you’ve ever visited, which – no sooner did you arrive – you already left again. At least that’s how I remember it. But how can I tell of a land that doesn’t exist?” —Suk-Jun Kim

Hasla consists of electroacoustic compositions that are inspired by a poetry of localization and spatialization of sound. Calmly and transparently, these sounds formulate questions whose answers are delayed, in a kind of tonal dream logic that lends the pieces their tension. Suk-Jun Kim (Korea, 1970) studied in Canada, the USA and France, and was a guest of the Artists-in-Berlin Program of the DAAD in 2009-10.

  • Kehrer Verlag
  • KV 9783868281620 / 2011
  • ISBN 9783868281620
  • 88 pages

Bilingual (English, German) • DVD-Video [NTSC]

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Suk-Jun Kim

Denis Smalley, Folkmar Hein, Julia H Schröder

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    KV 9783868281620
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