Nobuo Kubota: Sonorous Resonance
22 Sep 2011
8:00PM - 9:00PM
|Where||Centre A, Vancouver International Centre for Contemporary Asian Art
2 West Hastings Street
Vancouver V6B 1G6
September 22 2011, 8pm (approximately one hour)
Centre A is pleased to present the world premier of a new performance by the legendary Canadian artist Nobuo Kubota as part of LIVE 2011 Performance Art Biennale (September 15 – 25, 2011).
For LIVE 2011, the internationally renowned Canadian sound poet, Nobuo Kubota presents a new improvisational sound performance entitled Sonorous Resonance. The performance is an exploration of mouth sounds with fragments of phonemes, utterances and songs. The event will be held at Centre A, on Thursday, September 22 at 8pm.
Don’t miss this once-in-a-life-time opportunity to see Nobuo Kubota’s historic performance.
Nobuo Kubota (Lives in Toronto, Canada)
Nobuo Kubota was born in Vancouver, B.C. in 1932. Much of his work is involved with installations, music, sound and other multi media processes. In the early 80′s Kubota was introduced to sound poetry by the legendary Four Horsemen. His vocal work is grounded in sound poetry, free jazz improvisation and Buddhist chanting. He has been performing as a solo vocalist locally and in Europe for 25 years. As an extension to his vocal work, he also works with visual sound poetry, exploring the strategy of “intermedia”. His recent work, “new calligraphy,” is involved with the writing of sonic sound scores. Currently, he is working on sound and music performances, compositions and videos. In 2010 Kuubota received a Governor General Award for his contribution to the Visual Arts.
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