Live Set & Album Release: Aaron David Ross with Korakrit Arunanondchai
- Friday, September 17, 2021, 9-11 pm, Rampe
- The album will be on sale as a USB stick during the event.
Korakrit Arunanondchai and the artist and composer Aaron David Ross often collaborate on the music for Arunanondchai's videos. Now they are jointly releasing the album Songs in trying to remember. Korakrit Arunanondchai OST Selects 2012-2021 featuring a selection of the compositions Ross produced for Arunanondchai's video works between 2012 and 2021. In an atmospheric live set performance Aaron David Ross will present the album for the first time.
New York-based artist and composer Aaron David Ross (ADR) has spent over
10 years in high-profile, genre-non-compliant collaborations with
contemporary vanguards in electronic music, fine art, fashion, and film.
As an artist preoccupied with music’s affective potentiality, ADR’s
ongoing solo and collaborative projects have been exhibited and
performed globally, hosted by many of the world’s premiere venues,
festivals and art institutions. Often maneuvering between multiple
genres and contexts, either through his duo project Gatekeeper, or his
collaborative work with Oneohtrix Point Never, Korakrit Arunanondchai,
Lafawndah, Kelela, Ryan Trecartin, DIS, Kelsey Lu, Telfar, and many
others, ADR is known for a breadth of vision underpinned by a
consistently beguiling production style. As a recording artist, ADR has
released music with renowned independent labels PAN (DE), Warp (UK), Hippos in Tanks (US), Kompakt (DE), Merok (UK), Public Information (UK), and Presto (IT), and launched his own label imprint Legendarium in 2020.
Korakrit Arunanondchai lives and works in New York and Bangkok. The exhibition Songs for dying / Songs for living is realized in co-production with the Kunstverein in Hamburg and is on view in Hamburg from December 4, 2021. Recent solo exhibitions of the artist include: Kunsthall Trondheim (2021), Serralves Museum, Porto (2020), Secession, Vienna (2019) and Kasseler Kunstverein, Kassel (2018). Arunanondchai’s work has been presented at numerous biennials and festivals, with recent presentations at the Gwangju Biennial (2021), Yokohama Triennial (2020), the Venice Biennale (2019) and the Whitney Biennial (2019).
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