Akio is a trailblazing sound artist, who hurled objects down stairways in the 1960s to experience their echoing, resonant sounds within architectural spaces, thus changing the world of sound art forever.
For us, he’s going to create a sound walk for Launceston, called o to da te (or ‘listening point’), by listening in to the particular sounds of this fine town and then mapping it out for others to follow. This work will live on as a legacy for Launnie.
He’ll then also perform at the Festival Hub, and in collaboration with Aki Onda and Hiromi Miyakita, mixing sound art and improvisation on unusual instruments: low-tech and primitive objects from nature and the human world.
Akio Suzuki will also perform at Morning Meditations.
Pick up a printed copy of the o to da te map at the following venues:
- QVMAG Reception, Inveresk Precinct
- Mona Foma Hub Box Office, Inveresk Precinct
- Launceston Visitor Information Centre, Cameron Street
Supported by the Australian Government through the Australia-Japan Foundation of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
Included in relevant day pass $29–$69 + booking fee