Clache Raong creates scenarios that explore ephemera through sound, moving images and structures.
The disembodied voice or sound removed from its origin of production, coined ‘schizophonia’ in 1969 by composer and music teacher R. Murray Schafer, has become a major preoccupation.
Sound, theatrics, movement and the creative arts provide possibilities to navigate through paradox. Experiments and discoveries become avenues to negotiate spaces in flux.
Clache often collaborates with others and would like to acknowledge:
Chong Zhan, for white room studio photography used throughout this website.
Paul Cooper, for electronics sensor expertise installed in projects, The Forgotten Trumpet, Re Verse and Jalan Sentul.
Ngaire Kirwan and Niyati Libotte for exquisite vocals recorded for installations, Born and Lost, Little Blessings and 1610.
Wan Koh, for well received ongoing donations of mobile communication devices and biscuit tins.
Jayanto Tan, Vania Djunaidi, Sabrina Hugo, Dona Samson Zappone and Stine Storaas for The Peranakan Project adventures.
Bernadette Smith, for use of a photograph in installation shots of A Cultural Deficit, depicting her shopping trolley artwork in the foreground, part of her installation and performance, 'Shopping for Human Rights,' Fisher Library, Sydney Art Crawl 2017.
Jazz Masters, Andrew Oh, Chris Perry, Laurie Bennett and Simplicius Cheong for all the music making and Navneet Choujar for cinematography captured in The Jazz Observatory.
Clache looks forward to further collaborations on future projects.