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Embodied Practice and Historical Aspectuality in Ken Ueno’s “Person-Specific” Concertos

NAFA Campus 1 (Wing B), Seminar Room, B2-08, 4-6pm

Rome Prize and Berlin Prize winner Ken Ueno is a composer, vocalist and sound artist. He is also a professor at University of California, Berkeley. He will be presenting on “Embodied Practice and Historical Aspectuality in Ken Ueno’s ‘Person-Specific’ Concertos” at the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts from 4pm to 6pm on 12 February 2019.

CSS members who intend to attend are invited to RSVP here.

Directions to the venue are below:

  1. Head towards the open space of Campus 1

  2. Proceed to Wing B (opposite the security counter)

  3. Go through the door, walk all the way to the end and enter the second glass door (you will cross an open Piazza on the left side).

  4. Once you enter the second glass door, proceed to take the lift to the second floor.

  5. The seminar room (B2-08) is on the left of the lift.

There should be signages to the place, so please look out for them.

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