This is a musical piece for the space, and for a day in Anrakuji.
Is it possible to create a situation where any kind of relations emerge using space and time axis as a score ?
There, do the objects and people, the events and daily life develop by mixing together ?
This score is composed by considering musical and non-musical tones, actions, events and objects as elements,
and placing them equally in the space and time axis with fluid position,timing and duration.
Time brackets of 2 hours are established by cutting the day in 6 according to the traditional "Rokuji-shomyo" rules.
"Dedicating sound" - At the end of the day, when the night of Nuit Blanche falls, please come to the main hall of the temple to play your own sound.
Maybe it could b a resonance which connects the uncertain image of the day and the actual experience.
A piece of Yohei Yamakado. This was a commissioned work for Nuit Blanche Kyoto 2016. Organized by RÉCIT. Curated by Isabelle Olivier. Limited edition with numbering.
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edition of 50
released February 12, 2017
The musical score for "For A Day In Anrakuji". A piece of Yohei Yamakado. This was a commissioned work for Nuit Blanche Kyoto 2016. Organized by RÉCIT. Curated by Isabelle Olivier. Limited edition with numbering.