Jul 26 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM
The Low Residency Visual Studies Program is pleased to welcome visiting artist Aki Onda for a public lecture on his work and practice.
Aki Onda is currently based in Mito, Japan, after living in New York for two decades. He is particularly known for his “Cassette Memories” — works compiled from a “sound diary” of field-recordings collected by using portable cassette recorder over a span of last three decades. He creates compositions, performances, and visual artworks from those sound memories.Onda has presented his work at The Kitchen, MoMA, P.S.1 MOMA, New Museum, ISSUE Project Room, Blank Forms, ICA Philadelphia, REDCAT, Time-Based Art Festival, Images Festival, Novas Frequências, documenta 14, Louvre Museum, Pompidou Center, Palais de Tokyo, Fondation Cartier, Présences électronique, Argos, Bozar, Wiels, ICA London, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Counterflow Festival, International Film Festival Rotterdam, Impakt Festival, La Casa Encendida, Caixa Forum, Serralves Museum, Nam June Paik Art Center, Sound Live Tokyo, Hara Museum and many others.
Join in-person in PNCA’s Shipley-Collins Mediatheque or virtually on Zoom