Friday, June 3, 2011

KSAT: Artistic Games & Biggles Flys Again

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A few months ago Yasmine Tashk contacted me about KSAT, a Paris based zine focused on the idea of collaboration and artistic games.  In this latest issue artists are paired up with musicians.  Each artist chooses a song from a list of musicians and makes a piece inspired by that song.  It was a fun idea and when I heard "Farewell" by Biggles Flys Again I was immediately on board!  It's such a beautiful and melancholy song, I felt my work resonates perfectly with his music.  Biggles Flys Again is Dublin based musician Conor Deasy, he makes quiet bedroom folk pop.


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KSAT Issue n°4 - MUSICAL ISSUE :
What inspire the musicians while composing music ?
What do their music inspire to other visual artists?

Release Party/Exhibition & Concert:

Saturday, June 18 at 4:00pm - June 19 at 7:00pm
Gängeviertel
Valentinskamp
Hamburg, Germany
Musicians are:
Biggles Flys Again
Dent May
Matthias Kranebitter
The Debutante Hour
MmMmM
Young Michelin
Papir
Mungo Park
Woog Riots
Kid Bombardos
The New Spring
Boom Boom du Terre
Bradien
Da Brasilians
La Boutique Fantastique
Dead Gaze

Visual Artists:
Lizer Van Hattem
Diem Chau
Rasmus Westman
Matthias Reinhold
Sara Escamilla
Rémi Jacquinot
Mia Frykholm
Jelle Kos
Sarah Marguier
Mikey Heller
Sarah Roloff
Kazuma Eekman
Marilou Klapwijk
Léo Dorfner
Steingrim Veum
Clea Hance
Yasmine Tashk

4 comments:

1129 said...

I love your art, congratulations!
I dedicated a post at http://1129designorecchinigioielli.blogspot.com/2011/09/diem-cheu-tra-intaglio-e-trine.html
I hope you don't mind
best from italy
nicoletta

Diem Chau said...

Thanks for the post Nicoletta!
It was a bit unfortunate, but German customs wouldn't release the art to the curator so the piece wasn't at the show. It's a long story :(
I am VERY thankful for all the artists and Yasmine's efforts to fight for the artwork.

Diem Chau said...

Thanks for the post Nicoletta!
It was a bit unfortunate, but German customs wouldn't release the art to the curator so the piece wasn't at the show. It's a long story :(
I am VERY thankful for all the artists and Yasmine's efforts to fight for the artwork.

Diem Chau said...

Thanks for the post Nicoletta!
It was a bit unfortunate, but German customs wouldn't release the art to the curator so the piece wasn't at the show. It's a long story :(
I am VERY thankful for all the artists and Yasmine's efforts to fight for the artwork.