Creative Workshop—Let’s make music worksJul 10, 2012 Tuesday 14:00 - 16:30
- 1F, Associate Mission Building (169 Yuanmingyuan Road, Shanghai)
- Paola Pivi: Share, But It's Not Fair
Zhao Junyuan, Xu Zhe, Tao Yi, Li Mu
Dates: Tue 10th July, Thu 12th July and Sat 14th July 2012
Ages: 10-14 years (Maximum 20 kids are admitted)
The project Let’s make music works is specially designed for the young kids by Shanghai-based artist group Zuzhi. It consists of three workshops with connection to the on-view exhibition Share, But It’s Not Fair.
The aim of project is not only to teach kids to make a sound instrument, but also to inspire them to discover and recreate daily objects in their surrounding areas. These works made by kids are not standardized musical instruments, and sound is not important in the context of this project. Kids will search founded objects, design, and complete the works, and they will invent a new kind of sound. A simple created sound is to deconstruct normal education. In the last session, kids will play their own musical instruments and hold a special concert to the public.
The proposal of recreating founded objects is similar to the way of contemporary art practice. Through the process of kids’ making works, the art practice is turned to be a way of daily thinking.
About the Artist
The artist group Zuzhi is founded by four Shanghai-based artists Zhao Junyuan, Xu Zhe, Tao Yi and Li Mu in 2009. Their previous projects often interfere the public space and invite the public to participate, including “3x3” 1933 mobile concert in 2010, The first international walnut fight campaign, round-city sound project in 2009, THE SOUND OF NOWHERE public space sound project in Jiangchang Hutong. Released a music album South Sea Anonymous Island Sound Record. Let’s make music works collaborated with Shanghai Zhong Yuan Experimental School.... Read More
Creative Workshop - Let’s make music works
Free admission, No need for reservation.