“By re-contextualising and fine tuning the different spaces we inhabit through juxtaposition of field recordings, we can experience the multi-layers of our present beings; often resulting in a poetic cake of unconscious and conscious crux.”
Influenced by her textural upbringing in America and South Corea, Hüüi Inés Rmi (H.I.R) accumulated experiences in various backgrounds ranging from the musical to the visual. After being in visual arts, she went on to fuse her past training in classical music with her current practice by creating site-specific audio-visual experiences in New York. This particular endeavor triggered her interest in exploring different spaces and how sounds live in them. During her participation in EPAS (epasound.org), she was able to explore the contextual relationship between sound and space more thoroughly. Her projects examine the delicate essence of being by questioning the perceived reality.
She currently lives and works in Berlin.