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幻影波音:林強現場配樂
幻影波音:林強現場配樂

Haunting Images: Live Cinema by Lim Giong

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演出日期: 26~27.10.2018
演出地點:MOViEMAXX, MOViE MOViE CityPlaza
演出時間:26.10 Fri. 20:00, 27.10 Sat. 20:00

光華與M+共同呈現,香港亞洲電影節前哨活動

票價:$200
預售票價及MOViE MOViE Cityplaza、香港百老匯電影中心會員$160、學生及長者優惠$160
網上及電話購票均需收取手續費:所有場次每張$10
9月28日起百老匯院線公開售票

演出簡介

林強的現場配樂表演不是配角,也不是附加,而是創作者與作品之間不斷協商的對話與變化。現場表演介入影像放映,活化並擴展觀眾體驗作品的空間。無法排練現場化學變化,謂之「現場電影」。
「幻影波音:林強現場配樂」節目由光華新聞文化中心與西九文化區M+博物館共同呈現,精選的流動影像包括M+館藏、米高羅格的《雨》(1952)和《日出》(1953),及實驗影像藝術家廖沛毅的16毫米雙投影作品《海港城》(2016)。合作現場重訪港台城市環境的私密與庶民記憶,重新想像親水與海港,運動與祭儀。縈繞心頭的夢幻光影透過林強配樂還魂新生。

藝術家介紹

林強

作為音樂工作者的創作歷程已有28年,從創作歌手、DJ演出、與各領域藝術家的合作、參與國際性的音樂交流活動,至今以電影、紀錄片的配樂為主要工作。


Haunting Images: Live Cinema by Lim Giong

A HKAFF pre-festival event co-presented by Kwang Hwa and M+

Date: 26~27.10.2018
Venue: MOViEMAXX, MOViE MOViE CityPlaza
Time: 26.10 Fri. 20:00, 27.10 Sat. 20:00

Ticket Price:$200
In advance purchase, MOViE MOViE Cityplaza and bc VIP member:$160
Students/Seniors:$160
Handling fee will be charged on each ticket purchased online or by phone: $10 per ticket for all screenings.
Ticketing will commence on 28 September 2018 at Broadway Circuit.


About the performance

Lim Giong, recipient of the prestigious 20th National Awards of Art in Taiwan, will perform in a live cinema event that rethinks the relationship between sound and image. Playing neither a supporting nor a supplementary role, live scoring is an ever-evolving conversation between collaborators and their work, between music maker and image maker. Lim’s performance within the context of a moving image exhibition activates an intervening space, broadening the audience experience and exposing all to an unrehearsable chemistry that can only take place live.

Haunting Images: Live Cinema by Lim Giong is a Taiwan Arts Festival production co-presented by Kwang Hwa Information and Culture Center and M+, West Kowloon Cultural District. It features moving image works selected from the M+ Collections; Michael Rogges short films “Rain” (1952) and “Sunrise” (1953); and Brooklyn-based artist Simon Liu’s 16mm dual projection work “Harbour City” (2016). This collaborative live event with Lim Giong revisits Hong Kong and Taiwan’s urban environments of private and collective memory, offering a fresh reimagination of water and harbour, light and shadow, movement and ritual.

About the artist

Lim Giong is a musician, singer, song writer, DJ, and composer. During the past 28 years of his creative life, Lim Giong has worked with artists in different fields and has participated in various international music collaborations. Currently he works mainly on scores for film and documentary.

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