Bora Yoon's 'Sunken Cathedral' CD Release Performance
Can't make it to the program? Join the live webcast at AsiaSociety.org/Live at 8:00 pm New York time.
Sunken Cathedral is a multimedia album release by Korean-American composer, vocalist, sonic surrealist, and 2014 TED Fellow Bora Yoon. Designed as an architectural and archetypal journey through the subconscious, each track on the album illuminates a different sonic "space," which excavates memory, insights and intersections in which our greatest diamonds and demons are held. Accompanied by art films featuring the otherworldly kinetic sculptures of U-Ram Choe, Sunken Cathedral is about death, life, rebirth, and the cyclical nature of the universe; the alchemical moment of transmutation where one medium becomes another.
Reception will immediately follow the performance.
Community partner: Korean American Film Festival New York
About Bora Yoon:
Composer and sound artist Bora Yoon creates immersive audiovisual soundscapes using digital devices, voice, and found objects and instruments from a variety of cultures and historical epochs, evoking memory and association to formulate a cinematic storytelling through sound design. A site-specific and architectural composer, Yoon writes for a wide spectrum of spaces ranging from an abandoned pool and a Frank Gehry building to galleries and black-box theaters.