(Pics) Sumi Ink Club: Building Community Through Art

(Pics) Sumi Ink Club: Building Community Through Art
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Performance art group Lucky Dragons use their Sumi Ink Club project to build community through collaborative art.

Lisa Baldini
  • 19 march 2010

Sometimes the best projects are the simplest. Lucky Dragons are renowned for their art projects, performances and their ability to create a temporary community between audience members. Often in their performances, this takes the form of using custom sound objects like Wrong Spectrum, in which a video projector and blank cd-rs are utilized to enable a synesthetic light and sound experience controlled by the crowd.

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