25 April 2015
Saturday 25 April
4.00 - 5.00pm
We all have music tracks we love despite knowing better. When it comes to the seductive illusions of music and film, what, if any, are the rules of attraction?
As an artist whose practice deals exclusively with sound and music, Song-Ming Ang’s lecture performance explores the seductive qualities of music by drawing on his personal interest in popular culture. From cover versions to guilty pleasures and propaganda pop, Song-Ming Ang provides keen observations and cheeky confessions on how we succumb to the artifice of music and film…
This event is part of the Do-It-Yourself series curated by artist-in-residence, Song-Ming Ang.
Please book a free place. The space is wheelchair accessible. Please contact us if you have additional access requirements.