Really thrilled that the Miniature Landscape Correspondence will be part of this stellar festival which begins on 10/15 in Oil Tank Culture Park !
From the festival notes on the Miniature Landscape Correspondence in the Unheard Voices Program:
” Although the works seem to foreground the visual access to the scene at first sight, they project the natural, invisible soundscape beyond the landscape that is shown, which conveys the meta-presence of the sound in our daily life. ”
Here is a link to the program and all the incredible Artists involved. Massive thanks to Una for initiating this and to Arts Incubator in South Korea. The Oil Tank Culture Park looks stunning. More soon.
“River Thoughts”, ultimo cortometraggio di Chris H Lynn, ci porta tra la coscienza e uno stato più elevato.
′′ River Thoughts “, Chris H Lynn’s latest short film, brings us between consciousness and a higher state.
L’emergere del possibile dive into my latest work River thoughts. You can read Francesca’s philosophical analysis here
Grazie Francesca !
River thoughts is a longer work shot in Nanjing last summer. Below is an excerpt-
Really excited that Lynlee (Una Lee and myself) will be involved with ISSTA 2020: sonic practice now . The event takes place on August 14th and 15. I am not sure what my virtual role will be in this event, but I am sure Una will do something wonderful.
All of the details for registration are here You can also visit ISSTA here. More soon.
The Miniature Landscape Correspondence series is an audio visual
collaboration between Una Lee and Chris H Lynn . Each correspondence or observation is composed of two shots, one from each
continent. The films are a homage to the Lumière brothers and the early days of
cinema. In addition, these unassuming landscape moments (shots, views)
coupled with a steady visual rhythm will hopefully reflect the direct experience of the everyday
Crossing the Yangtze River from Zhongshan Wharf to Pukou Station from chris h lynn on Vimeo.
New audiovisual work!
Crossing the Yangtze from Zhongshan wharf to Pukou station was recorded in Nanjing China. The audiovisual work highlights the sights and sounds of a busy wharf and the journey to the historic Pukou railway where factory and pier sounds accentuate the abandoned station.