Electronic devices, fluorescent lamps
600cm (W) x 400cm (D) x 300cm (H)
YAO Chung-Han tried to deconstruct sound by eliminating the elements of sound in traditional musical instrument, and furthermore refined pure and accurate sound. However in recent years, Yao Chung-Han thought abstract and cold sound creates distance between the art works and audiences’ physical experiences, as well as oppressing hidden sentimental needs inside human being. Hence he started to bring warmth of humanity to abstract sound.
DzDz blurs the boundary between sound installation and live performance. Yao Chung-Han attempts to question his older works that were colder, more abstract and that were very particular in the aesthetics of order. Simultaneously through the interference and interaction of audiences with light beams, he explores corresponding relation between rhythms of audiences and noise created by fluorescent light.