I-go-i-e is a compilation project involving 18 artists across-cultures. It contains sonic metaphors and ways of preserving, reflecting upon, and using culture as a sound source. Buddhist chants and ancient instruments from Japan serve here as a case study, highlighting the relationships between technology, tradition, and culture.
Video footage contains documentation of recording sessions held in temples in Kyoto and is mixed with audio-visual live performances (Tokyo Festival of Modular, Japan and Echosonda, Poland).
Kyokuyo Okada – biwa, chants; Shouei Mitsmizo – chants, gongs; Shinga Kishino, Ryojun Kishino from Ekouji temple – chants, gongs
Precyzja Foundation / Jakub Hader – generative visuals, lasers
Radek Rudnicki – composition and sound design.