Ge-Suk Yeo on TV
Ge-Suk Yeo's Time Sculptures II on Elektra TV
February 2010 Elektra, le magazine des musiques expérimentales features Ge-Suk Yeo and her project Time Sculptures II.
The program is broadcasted on Télévision Numérique Alternative TNA.
Elektramusic produces "Elektra TV show for experimental music", a monthly television
program dedicated to electroacoustic music. This half hour TV show mainly features full music and video works,
and also news about electrocoustic music. PresentationAmelie Deymier, Production Paul Clouvel.
Casa da Música, Porto
Ge-Suk Yeo's Klang Drang at 6th Sound and Music Computing Conference
Ge-Suk Yeo's composition Klang Drang' (Sound Thirst) - an animated sound calligraphy for an audio-visual performance for up to 11 musicians - got live performed at the 6th Sound and Music Computing Conference, July 2009 at the Casa da Música in Porto, Portugal.
Part of the performance had been Evan Parker (Saxophone), António Augusto de Aguiar (Double Bass), Nuno Aroso (Percussion), Jonathan Ayerst (Piano), Victor Pereira (Clarinet), Franziska Schroeder (Saxophone), Stephanie Wagner (Flute) and Ge-Suk Yeo (Vocals, Electro-Acoustic, Video).
More about the Klang Drang project
Lecture and Live Performance with Ge-Suk Yeo
What does Ge-Suk Yeo mean by audiovisual performance? In her lecture with live performance
Ge-Suk Yeo talks about the logic in between audio and visual,
the importance of interaction, possibilities of improvisation, merging with technic
and the importance of virtuosity
More about Ge-Suk Yeo's Lectures/Workshops
Production at STEIM, Amsterdam
Ge-Suk Yeo was invited as resident artist at STEIM from late September to early October 2007
as well as in July 2008.
Steim is a center for research & development of instruments & tools for performers in the
electronic performance arts based in Amsterdam.
Gang Gang in Brazil
FILE|Hipersônica and FILE Retrospective featuring Gang Gang
After 2007 Gang Gang got screened at FILE|Hipersônica in São Paulo, in 2008 it got part of the FILE Retrospective in Porto Alegre.
13. Marler Video-Kunst-Preis
Exhibition at Skulpturenmuseum Glaskasten Marl
Gang Gang is part of the exhibition of the 13. Marler Video-Kunst-Preis 2008. All selected videos got presented June 15th to August 10th 2008 at Skulpturenmuseum Glaskasten Marl, Germany.
Featured Project: Time Sculptures
Time Sculptures, an audiovisual performance by Ge-Suk Yeo
Time Sculptures is based on a series of electroacoustic compositions.
Time Sculptures are basically about the phenomena of time we all experience at different speed. This is expressed through various rhythms which plays and overlaps at the same time. The rhythms get joined by other sound layers - different in character in every Time Sculptures episode. -
The slowly moving visuals drawing simple white light on black background are based on sound calligraphies, which use very simple lines, points and focuses on the empty space in between. The video animation is ment to be presented at Ge-Suk Yeo's audiovisual live performances.