Small Wrists

Hong-Kai Wang & Rune Søchting

Come join us for the opening and presentation of this collaborative project which explores the processes of transmission and the transitory nature of shared narratives. 



The project will run from 6 feb - 2 march.

Open thur - sun 12-17

Free admission



Hong-Kai Wang has shown her work internationally at Liquid Architecture (2014), Kunsthall Trondheim (2013), MoMA, New York (2013), the 54th Venice Biennale (2011) among others. Her works are concerned with the questions of geo-politics and invisible social organization within listening and the construction of sociocultural memory, focused on a collaborative and process-driven approach to production. 


Rune Søchting works at the intersection between music composition, performance and installations with a variety of formats and with a main foucs on sound. He is currently writing a PhD on sound as a social and spatial phenomenon at the Royal Danish Art Academy, School of Visual Arts. 


Special thanks to Nora Adwan, Hild Borchgrevink, Alicia Cohen and Anders Gullestad, Norway.


Chang Fang-Chi and Chen Yi-Cheng at the Ho Shun Junior High School, Tainan, Taiwan.




Small Wrists is the fourth and final installment of a series of exhibitions in Lydgalleriet conceived under the title LYDHØRT. LYDHØRT is a curatorial plattform presenting contemporary artists working with sound within a wide range of formats, from objects, installations to performances, readings and events. 


These exhibitions all aim to explore the sonic medium, particularly its ability to create territories, to evoke memories, and to establish connections between individuals. As such it is not just the material or sensorial aspect of sound that is in focus, but sound as a social, communicative phenomenon.



By: Lydgalleriet