Japanese artist Ryoichi Kurokawa considers sound and image as a single unit and produces exceptional audio-visual sound sculptures, which, in combination with video material and computer generated aesthetics, change how the spectator views the familiar.
His most recent work for Sedition, syn_mod.2, builds on his premier digital piece syn_mod.1, and in turn is derived from the original model syn_; an audiovisual concert that reveals itself to be a carefully orchestrated exploration of abstract patterns. syn_, and consequently all works restructured from its models, was described by Ryoichi Kurokawa as “ordered disorder, reassembled discretisation and asymmetrical symmetry”.
Kurokawa will present syn_ at Mapping Festival in Geneva on 31st May 2014 at Théâtre du Galpon.
Ryoichi Kurokawa lives and works in Berlin, Germany.