is a series of images with RealAudio and RealVideo clips
referring to a chronological system of personal
experiences. Different artists will set up their
individual calendars at the WorldWideWeb.
setting up the SoundCalendar we
intended to communicate our audio-visual experiences in
the countryside of Fujino/ Kanagawa prefecture, Tokyo and
other Japanese cities. The collection of sounds and
images does not follow a chronological order, it rather
picks dates and events following chance and the intensity
of the event recorded. Basically the SoundCalendar is
a series of RealAudio/ Video narrative items. It is also
a library of different sounds and images from different
parts of the world and different people. A number of
artists will set up their personal calendars at the
WorldWideWeb. Some of these calendars may deal with the
past, others may be set in the future, and yet others in
the present. Some of these may be documentary, some
purely fictious and others authentic. Some calendars may
refer to the artists' personal experiences - others to
historical or fictious personalities and situations.
The project will start now, but it should be continously
updated and will have an open end.