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UNCOLLECTABLE: A Sound Art Popup Experience - Kuwait Music

UNCOLLECTABLE: A Sound Art Popup Experience

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Published on May 9th, 2013 | by Caesar (ENGAGE)

 

+ Aziz is a Kuwaiti musician living in New York and has been evolving “UNCOLLECTABLE: A Pop-Up Sound Art Experience”.  He was led to us by Ali Sleeq and we found his project very interesting and would like to bring awareness about the event which scheduled to take place in New York.

 

What he believes:

By looking at trends outside the entertainment industry, musicians can breathe new life into the Middle East’s passive music and arts industry. By collaborating with sound artists or chefs (for example) we can introduce innovation and ideation into the music industry.

 

So what is “UNCOLLECTABLE: A Sound Art Popup Experience” ?

Situated at the intersection of conceptual art and music, UNCOLLECTABLE is a two-night performance that will combine elements of an art gallery reception and a musical experience. By highlighting the rising importance of sound art, UNCOLLECTABLE is a show that seeks to expand the vocabulary of songwriting. This multicultural performance will be kicking off a month-long art exhibit hosted at Soho’s Hotel Particulier and is being co-curated by Murtaza Vali, an independent Art Critic, Historian and Curator.

Help him raise $14,000. Pledge now to bring this idea to life. Your donation will bring the performance to life; the art exhibit and eMagazine are already taken care of.

 


By bringing sound art and music together, we can deepen the conversation about the future of indie music, particularly in the Middle East.

The principles driving UNCOLLECTABLE are supported by a robust PR program and content strategy that will ensure this work has impact. For example, arrangements are being made to convey findings to Mideast Tunes and Knooz Room. Moreover, these principles are brought to light in an eMagazine already published on ArteEast.

 

Watch a video about the project:

 

 

If you are a supporter of the arts and music, please do try and suport Aziz in this awesome project.

Go here to visit the project crowd funding website >> 

 

 

About +Aziz

Working as a trend spotter for the past 4 years, +Aziz is a Kuwaiti songwriter that integrates trends outside the entertainment industry to support his music. Having released a debut EP SoHo Spirit, he hopes to leverage his musical achievements to develop a 45-minute animation through his start-up The Music Parade.

Based in NYC, he writes for publications such as PSFK, Khaleejesque, Kalimat, and Oasis Magazine. He has developed his vision of cultural trends impacting the Arabian Gulf through a workshop hosted by NUQAT, a design conference held across GCC countries.

 

 

 

 

 

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About the Author

Caesar is the Founder and CEO of Kuwait Music. A passionate musician and web nerd, Caesar spends most of his time thinking about how to build a healthy music business in the region Follow Caesar at the below links: Google+


One Response to UNCOLLECTABLE: A Sound Art Popup Experience

  1. BigMo says:

    Keep on keepin on brother!
    I know the struggle all too well. Unfortunately, most of our counterparts in Kuwait have never experienced living outside of their parent’s home.
    Bravo on taking the leap.
    You have my support!

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