Objects For Families Digital Programmes

Sonic Journeys: An Audio Experience by Chong Li-Chuan

by Asian Civilisations Museum
2 May • 10:00am • Asian Civilisations Museum

Embark on a sound expedition, via an evocative audio experience by artist and composer Chong Li-Chuan. Taking inspiration from our nature-themed objects, these audio compositions will send you off on a historical and cultural journey across Asia (in the ACM galleries).

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Embark on a sound expedition, via an evocative audio experience by artist and composer Chong Li-Chuan. Taking inspiration from our nature-themed objects, these audio compositions will send you off on a historical and cultural journey across Asia (in the ACM galleries). Bring along your headphones or borrow one from our Front Desk.
 
About Chong Li-Chuan
Chong Li-Chuan is a Singaporean composer who is passionate about philosophy, culture, and the arts. Li-Chuan's career in music and sound started in the late 90s, working as a composer and sound designer in collaboration with practitioners in theatre, dance, spoken word, architecture, design, and visual art. His activities run the gamut of music composition, sound design, site-specific art, installation, free improvisation, and collaborative work exploring the conversations to be had between music and sound, and across different modes of expression. Li-Chuan's works have been presented in the UK, Japan, and Singapore.
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Asian Civilisations Museum

Asian Civilisations Museum (ACM) is Singapore’s national museum of Asian antiquities and decorative art. As the only museum in Asia with a pan-Asian scope, ACM is devoted to exploring the rich artistic heritage of Asia through our outstanding collection of masterpieces, and through ground-breaking special exhibitions. ACM focuses on the many historical connections between cultures and civilisations in Asia, and between Asia and the world.

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