Art x Sound, Mind & Matter: Chill-chat Salon
Shane Aspegren conducts an in-depth discussion of his creative works and his special approach to invoke physical and brain waves responses with Dr. Lam Yun Wah from Department of Chemistry and Dr. Ryszard Auksztulewicz from Department of Neuroscience at the City University of Hong Kong, all together with conceptual artist Ms. Wong Kit Yi.
Art X Sound, Mind & Matter: Artist Presentation #2
In this video, Shane Aspegren shares about the methods and concepts behind his recent online project “Daily Frequencies”. The recordings combine traditional sound healing methods with Shane’s personal approach to music, as well as scientific techniques used to entrain the brain.
Art X Sound, Mind & Matter: Artist Presentation #1
Shane Aspegren is a cross-disciplinary artist and multi-instrumentalist. As a musician, he has produced numerous pieces of music, sound design and soundtracks—yet we can find many scientific elements in his artworks, including Bioresonance, Sound Therapy and other methods that relate to the ideas of quantum mechanics. In this presentation, Shane will explain why as a musician and artist he is interested in those scientific theories, and the scientific theories behind his creative works.
Art X Mindfulness: Chill-chat Salon
Tsang Man Tung conducts an online conversation with local diva Elisa Chan, who has been keen to practice meditation in recent years, and the Director of Dharma Drum Mountain Hong Kong Centre Venerable Chang Zhan. They discuss the interplay of art and meditation, and how mindfulness and singing bowl act as an artistic form to respond to the current world.
Art X Mindfulness: Experimental Showcase + Artist Presentation
In "Singing to your Heart- Singing Bowl" Experiential Showcase, which is led by Tsang Man Tung, participants will listen to the stable chanting from the Himalayan singing bowls, which tunes one into the state of calmness, relaxation and peace. | In the Artist Presentation, Tsang Man Tung talks about how his veteran experience as an art creator helps him in combining meditation, mindfulness and singing bowl with art. He also introduces his "lokadhātu" mindfulness installation exhibition and share with the audience the secret way of having mindfulness practice while visiting the exhibition.
Art X Perceptual Psychology: Chill-chat Salon
Samson Young initiates this follow-up discussion with Prof. Cheung Him, Chair Professor of Cognition at The Education University of Hong Kong, and Hong Kong writer Ms. Hon Lai Chu. This conversation is further lead into areas such as perceptual psychology and philosophy.