21 September 2009 / Discography / Yan Jun – Lamma Island Diary
On: On Location, an attempt to focus on field recordings and other site specific recordings.
Yan Jun – Lamma Island Diary
The first release of our On Location series. From one of the most influential Chinese sound artists of our time. A new master piece that for sure will redefine site-specific and field recordings oriented sound works. This sound diary was recorded in Lamma Island, by Beijing sound artist, Yan Jun, during his stay in Hong Kong for the AROUND sound festival in 2009. The imaginative approach of Yan Jun simply opens up a whole new world for field recordings. From now on, field recordings will never be the same.
Filed under: Field Recordings, Sound Art
A bit chilly, on the way to the Island with Yeung Yang
Night walk alone, scared by a spider web
Hello, the mad dog is not home
Voice practicing at the shore, microphone strongly hit by sea breeze
Picnic with Lee Kit, shell of melon seed falling down from the sky
Green Lamma: Seaside Vegetation
Ants don’t like honey, what do they like?
Finally home, it woke up from dream
Foreigner lives in Yung Shue Wan, Hong Kong locals come to see them
Green Lamma: Mile-a-minute Weed
Airplane in the sky, mosquito in the hole
Fighting mosquito with high frequency, got two mosquito bites
Enter the urn, exit the urn, sun tan
14. 綠南丫：花崗岩向涂鴉 say no
Green Lamma: Granite says no to Graffiti
Coming back with Spiderman, Akio and Jason having tea
The last night, rain drops falling on the window