Time felt and places imaged in my compositions

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Abstract

This short essay examines the two subjects that the composer explores in his compositions, temporality and the sense of place, first, by considering the phenomenon of a clocking ticking, and second, by discussing his two compositions, Corresponding (2006) and Kotmun: A Gate of Flowers (2005), which are available on Hasla, a book/DVD that has recently been published by DAAD and Kehrer Verlag and catalogs Kim’s compositions and installations.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages5
Journalkunsttexte.de
VolumeAuditive Persoektiven - Künstlerische Forschung
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - 26 Apr 2011

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Kim, S-J. (2011). Time felt and places imaged in my compositions. kunsttexte.de, Auditive Persoektiven - Künstlerische Forschung(2).

Time felt and places imaged in my compositions. / Kim, Suk-Jun.

In: kunsttexte.de, Vol. Auditive Persoektiven - Künstlerische Forschung, No. 2, 26.04.2011.

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Kim, S-J 2011, 'Time felt and places imaged in my compositions', kunsttexte.de, vol. Auditive Persoektiven - Künstlerische Forschung, no. 2.
Kim S-J. Time felt and places imaged in my compositions. kunsttexte.de. 2011 Apr 26;Auditive Persoektiven - Künstlerische Forschung(2).
Kim, Suk-Jun. / Time felt and places imaged in my compositions. In: kunsttexte.de. 2011 ; Vol. Auditive Persoektiven - Künstlerische Forschung, No. 2.
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