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ISSUE 31 : When Memories Collide
Connecting the Dots: How to Listen to the Sound of Collective Memories?
February 25th, 2017Type: Sound Scene
Author: Rikey Tenn Editor: Rikey Tenn
Quote From: 《典藏今藝術》no.293
Note: Sound Route: Songs of SPECX “The Singing” is the performance part of the "Sound Route" project. The piece features Saartje Specx (1617–1636), a historical figure involved in litigation under the Dutch colonial rule, whose experiences serve as an axis on which the early modern history of trade among Japan, Indonesia and Taiwan spun. The article aims raise a question: in between the quest into historical texts and sensible solution of live performance, how can a listener respond to that collective structure of feeling?
吳其育、沈森森、致穎,聲線計畫:史貝克斯的歌—唱(北美館); photo courtesy of TFAM & artist.
吳其育、沈森森、致穎,聲線計畫:史貝克斯的歌—「唱」(燦爛時光書店); 照片藝術家提供
吳其育、沈森森、致穎,聲線計畫:史貝克斯的歌—「唱」(燦爛時光書店); 照片藝術家提供