project supported by the EU-Japan Fest Committee
A noise performance in which artist he uses the normally non-audible inner creak sounds created by movements of the bones in the cervical spine. The sound is audible to the audience due to special supersonic wave speaker attached to robotic arm the movements of which are synchronized with the head movements of the performer. A live broadcasting from the inside of the artist’s body forms a noisy spatial sound performance.
Katsuki Nogami (JP) is a student of Musashino Art University in Tokyo, he also studied at Olafur Eliasson’s Institut für Raumexperimente in Berlin. 2014 he performed at FILE festival in Sao Paulo and at the Sapporo International Art Festival, and he was nominated for several prizes, including the Yahoo!JAPAN Internet Creative Award and the MONOCafe prize of the Kitakyushu Digital Creator Contest. He was awarded the first prize at the Toride International Video Projection Contest (2014) and, for his YamadaTaroProject he got the Capmus Genius Award (2015), a Japanese prize for art students.