Dublin Theatre Festival


C41 and datamatics [ver.1.0]

By Ryoji Ikeda

Venue Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA)
Date 5 Oct 8.00pm
Duration 1hr 30mins

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Japan's leading electronic composer/artist, Ryoji Ikeda, focuses on the minutiae of ultrasonics, frequencies, and the essential characteristics of sound itself. A regular collaborator with the ground-breaking Japanese theatre company, Dumb Type, Ikeda has also been intensely active through concerts, installations, and recordings, integrating sound, acoustics and sublime imagery. In the artist’s works, music, time and space are shaped by mathematical methods as Ikeda explores sound as sensation, pulling apart its physical properties to reveal its relationship with human perception.
Ryoji Ikeda in Dublin is presented by the Irish Museum of Modern Art in association with forma; Note Productions and the Ulster Bank Dublin Theatre Festival.
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A rare opportunity to see and hear the remarkable work of one of the world’s leading exponents of new visual and sonic media.
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