Full of Noises presents a short UK tour showcasing works and performances by two of Japan’s most innovative sound artists, Minoru Sato and Horio Kanta. Starting with two new installations and performances at Full of Noises, Cumbria (Sat 1st August), the tour continues to Cafe OTO, London (Thurs 6th August) and concludes at The Tetley, Leeds (Sat 8th / Sun 9th August).
Kanta Horio creates performances and installations from physical phenomena including sound, light, magnetism or physical movement, employing electromagnets, motors, LEDs, and circuits which convert each elements of them to one another. He has performed widely both internationally and throughout Japan. kanta.but.jp
Minoru Sato is a sound artist with an interest in acoustic phenomena, which he explores through installations, multiples, performances and texts. Since 1989, he has presented work under the name “m/s”, establishing his own label “WrK” for creative activities in 1994. in addition, he also produces sound works under the name SASW, collaborative works as ASUNA and with his band ‘IL GRANDE SILENZIO’. In the role of curator, he has also organised a number of contemporary art exhibitions and performance events. www.ms-wrk.com
Yo.No.Bi. #1 is a Full of Noises project curated by Ryoko Akama with support from Arts Council England, Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation and the Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation.
Yo. No. Bi. #1
Minoru Sato and Horio Kanta
The Tetley, Leeds
Sat 8th / Sun 9th August
installations – free 11:00 – 16:00
Performance – Sat 8th 19:00 – 21:00
£3 advance / on the door