The Shijia Hutong Museum in Beijing is taking visitors on a journey through the city’s past via an innovative sound installation by artist Colin Siyuan Chinnery, which replays distinctive sounds of daily life from decades long ago.
As an immersive multi-screen installation, "Opera Of Kard" transported audiences into the bustling markets of northern Thailand. Artist Arnont Nongyao reveals more about his audio visual work, which was seen at the Singapore Biennale 2019.
Exploring the unknown broadens your perspective and opens your eyes to a different side of the world. This month, Sound Of Life takes you to the City of Columns and Ernest Hemingway's source of inspiration – Havana.
We take a closer look at why chants seem to figure in all spiritual practices. The act of it seemingly takes practitioners into another plane or state of mind, and is good for health. Or is it just a figment of their expectations?
How can we expect mainstream music festivals to change in the coming years? Here’s a look at Oya Festival, We Love Green and Boomtown, all lesser-known events that put sustainability, technology and new experiences at the forefront.