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Spotlight On: Iris Chun-Tzu Chang, MA Sound Arts – LCC Postgraduate Shows 2019

Written by Jake May
Published date 28 November 2019

Students from MA Sound Arts will be exhibiting an array of innovative and boundary-pushing projects to prospective employers, industry, the public, and friends and family, as part of LCC Postgraduate Shows 2019.

The course will be showing in LCC Postgraduate Shows 2019: Show 2 alongside students across graphic design, documentary film, data visualisation, animation, branding, virtual reality and more, with a Launch Event on 4 December and exhibiting from 5 – 7 December.

Get an idea of what to expect at LCC Postgraduate Shows 2019 as we shine a spotlight on just a handful of the projects set to go on show from the next generation of leading creatives spanning the always-evolving disciplines of design, media and screen...

Iris Chun-Tzu Chang

moon tide lullaby: fragility of sonic memory

In Iris' words...

"If we lose our body, do memories stand for our existences in this world?

"We pass our history through languages / senses / cells in order to sustain our subjective consistency: where do our memories go and how do they recreate themselves through time and imagination? How do our identities re-empower and re-shape us? From cells to consciousness — we are shells of memory.

"Tides carry the rhythmic flow to interact, to remember, to recall, the regeneration of our subjectivities. From [ice, novel, fact] into [water, poetry, imagination] into [air, word, emptiness], we engage in the moment ice melts and freezes again and again.

"Witness the voice fading in, memories speak and chant, they become a movable existence, transcending time and space, shaping the circulation of memory, as we remember ourselves. We co-exist in between the dialogue, and experience the present together."

Follow Iris on Instagram, or visit Iris' website to find out more.


LCC Postgraduate Shows 2019: Show 2 takes place from 5 – 7 December.

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