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ACAW 06: Keiko Uenishi and Haeyoung Kim

Artist and digital noisemaker Patrick Todd of the Flow Sound Collective has curated an evening of sound works at Diapason Gallery in New York as part of ACAW 2006. On this program he interviews two participants: Keiko Uenishi (aka o.blaat) and Haeyoung Kim (aka bubblyfish). Curator Leeza Ahmady, Managing Director of ACAW 2006, introduces the program.

Haeyoung Kim relocated to the US from Korea in 1992. With a background in classical piano, she has been focusing on experimental electronic music. Currently, under the name Bubblyfish, she creates lo-fi, 8 bit sound works and experimental compositions. Based in NYC, Haeyoung has worked as a composer, sound designer, and audio engineer.

Keiko Uenishi is a sound artist, composer, and core member of SHARE. As o.blaat she is known for her sound works formed through experiments in restructuring and analyzing one's relationship with sounds, through kinesthetic response as well as aural cognition. Her CD Two Novels: Gaze/In the Cochlea is available from CRÓNICA (26 minutes).


Dialogues in Asian Contemporary Art


In collaboration with Clocktower Radio (formerly, Leeza Ahmady, independent curator and director of Asian Contemporary Art Week (ACAW), conducts interviews with artists, curators, critics, and experts working both inside and outside of Asia. The program will include Ahmady's reports from around town and will feature select recordings of conversations, talks, and panel discussions across venues in New York City.

Born in Afghanistan and based in New York, Ahmady is an independent art curator, educator, and noted specialist in art from Central Asia. As the director of Asian Contemporary Art Week (ACAW) at Asia Society, Ahmady brings together leading New York City galleries and museums to participate in special exhibitions, receptions, lectures, and performances citywide.

Asian Contemporary Art Week connects leading New York City galleries and museums in a citywide event comprised of public exhibitions, receptions, lectures and performances. The Week focuses on the broad spectrum of artworks produced by Asian contemporary artists working in their home countries and abroad. Asian Contemporary Art Week is organized by Asian Contemporary Art Consortium. Clocktower Radio is a media sponsor for the events and the recordings collected over the years are available in this section of the archive.

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