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Source x Audible Lands

Eric Lee, Migrant Worker Musicians, Otomo Yoshihide and The Observatory (Bangladesh, Singapore, Thailand)

Event is cancelled

 
  • 24 & 25 May 2020
    Sun & Mon, 7pm
  • Play Den, Festival House
  • $25*
    Standard Price
    General
    $25

    *Limited concessions available for students, NSFs and seniors


  • 1h 20m, no intermission

  • Performed in Various Language with English surtitles
  • Rating: TBA

    For corporate and group bookings for 25 tickets and more, please contact
    sifacorporatebookings@artshouse.sg.

 
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Source x Audible Lands

Eric Lee, Migrant Worker Musicians, Otomo Yoshihide and The Observatory (Bangladesh, Singapore, Thailand)

Curated by iconic Singaporean band The Observatory, Source x Audible Lands is a one-of-a-kind film and music performance featuring musicians from the local migrant worker community.

From The Observatory, one of Singapore’s most influential experimental bands, comes Source, a film and music series that pushes the envelope of expression through amplifying movements along the periphery of life, art and culture.

The latest edition – Source x Audible Lands – unearths the unexpected talents and creativity bursting from our city’s fringes. It is a life- affirming celebration of friendship and trust, in a unique collaboration that spans ideologies, culture and a sense of belonging.

Local filmmaker Eric Lee premieres his documentary about the lives of musicians from Singapore’s migrant worker community – while migrant worker musicians take the spotlight, performing an improvisational set alongside storied Japanese musician Otomo Yoshihide and The Observatory.

The Observatory presents Source x Audible Lands, an intimate, humane, and boundary-breaking musical performance that will move your heart and mind.


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