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[AV Installation Archive]
Music : Yaporigami
Visual : Kezzardrix
installation piece for audio-visual exhibition “Chromesthesia Resonance”
Curator: YEH Ting-Hao
Exhibition Dates: 2018-09-01 ~ 2018-11-18
Place: Digiark Gallery, National Taiwan Museum Of Fine Arts
We will challenge to present a work focusing on the collapse and formation of rhythm by music and images. The Gestalt collapse is known as a both auditory and visual phenomenon in which you lose cognition of ‘form’ such as rhythms once properly recognised. In ancient Greece, the rhythm was called rhythmos which refers to the formation of ‘forms’ in a wide range of fields including placement of objects and/or establishment of humanity. When recognising the rhythm, the human nature or personal emotions can be evoked. When losing the rhythm, those are put in an ambiguous state until new ‘form’ can be found. Fluctuation on this boundary has a mysterious charm. Through the collapse and formation of rhythm on the time axis, we would like to question how ambiguous our perceptions are.


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Yaporigami, all these new tracks are awesome! Especially looking forward to Xinri C / Xinri D on June 6th!

I really enjoy the direction you explore on the Sicher and New Syndicate demos.

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Self-notes about the album "Decoded Sphere"

When we perceive this world through each of our filters (or rather, we tend only to recognise it that way), it is within such a worldview that emerges. This album was named Decoded Sphere with the meaning of "a representation of the world seen through coloured eyeglasses." It can feel very obvious when you reflect upon it. You can often be overwhelmed by the fact that there are different worlds as many as the world's population.

I have been very attracted to music that can be listened to easily, and whilst has an infiniteness within the structure that reveals itself when we concentrate to listen. For example, in the Bible, there is a layer that functions as a story, and another layer that can be overwhelmingly deeply interpreted if read by an earnest person like Luther. I am very interested in making music with such a pyramid structure.

To talk about the time structure a little, all songs are in 6/4. In many cases, the rhythm elements are constructed with "6/4 x 2" and the melody elements with "8/8 x 3".

It's not my intention that the words I'm writing now work to keep my thoughts "here". Rather, it is my intention that words take off from "here" and function so as to bring out new meanings, interpretations, and the worlds.

Finally, to quote Ionesco's word, "let the words say what the word never meant before." I want this album to work that way.


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Artist: Yaporigami
Label: The Collection Artaud (thecollectionartaud.com)
Cat #: TCA 33
Format: Cassette (Chrome) / CD / Digital
Release Date: 25 Sep 2020

A1. Lotus Bloom
A2. Piano Prays
A3. Diced Garden
A4. 8,000,000
A5. Cherub, Eve and Adam
B1. Music Box Film
B2. Dual Feathers
B3. Sacred Tree Ring
B4. Infinity Under Palace
B5. I Care Because (I Sense) You Do

Written & Produced by Yaporigami 
Mastering by Yu Miyashita at Underarrow (underarrow.com)
Artwork by Vladimir Mitrović (brutalism.rs)





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18 hours ago, aiueo said:


Visual: Shinya Kanamori / Ryosuke Takeuchi / Ryo Asakura / Masaki Nakamura


Love the video, Yu! Great to hear how your sound has progressed. Looking forward to checking out the album in full. The artwork is lush too 🙂

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