Hearing Sculptures, Seeing Sounds
What a sound installation taught me about my Meniere’s disease.
BodegaAss to Mouth
I went to an art exhibition that fucked with my hearingAnd I think that was the point; I think it was wonderful. I think we all see things faster than we hear them.
Ysabelle Cheung is a writer and editor based in Hong Kong. She was formerly the managing editor of ArtAsiaPacific magazine, a bimonthly publication covering visual culture from Asia, the Pacific and the Middle East. Her writing can be found in ArtReview, Hyperallergic, the Los Angeles Review of Books and Artforum. Her zine, "Pillow Hands, Heavy Feet," created with artist Eunice Tsang in response to the shifting sociological landscape of Hong Kong, was published in 2019.
Find her on Twitter and Instagram @ysabellecheung.
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