Time Cord (Carnivarous Robot Eats Sounds and Notes) is a new sound and light installation by the Japanese collective Invisible Designs Lab. Invisible Designs Lab is based in Fukuoka and Tokyo and consists of Kenjiro Matsuo (invisible designs lab.), Sadam Fujioka (anno lab), Shunichi Yamamoto (tkrworks), and Shinya Yoshida (MontBlanc Pictures). The studio’s aim is to merge sounds with ideas and make the unseen elements visible while stimulating all senses. The work Time Cord “seeks to condense the long history and activity of the universe, earth and mankind into a single track. This new sound and light installation includes a turntable which gives one the impression of controlling time.” The piece is currently on show at the gallery Ikkan Art International in Singapore as part of the group exhibition Moving Light Roving Sight that runs until February 18, 2015, and includes works by teamLab, Jenny Holzer, Naoko Tosa, Teppei Kaneuji, Haegue Yang, Takashi Ishida, Oliver Herring, Douglas Gordon and invisible designs lab.
Invisible Designs Lab: Time Cord (Carnivarous Robot Eats Sounds and Notes). Ikkan Art International, Singapore. Opening, January 22, 2015.
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