Wind or sounds of objects crashing into an recorder might be unwelcomeing for a sound recording, but I believe that audio recorders have their own way of “listening to” the world. They can be explored to open up our sonic experience. By putting the recorder under different abnormal situations, I try to alter the position of technological means and artist in order to get inspiration from it.
Tsang Sin Yu graduated from the School of Creative Media, City University of Hong Kong. She is keen on sound art and experimental music. Daily routine and impression of a certain place/ event inspire her creation. She is particularly interested in the spatial and sonic relationship of different environments. Her work is about discovery and expression. By means of mixing, recording and other forms of art making, she reconstructs situations for listeners.