JOSEPH ART AGENCY proudly announces the sound installation by all round artist Rajivan Ayyappan
at the opening of Luxembourg Art Week on November 8th at 6.45pm.
The work commissioned by Luxembourg Art week takes the listener to be lost in or ponder
over the idea – title : a name for a talk, a name for a song, a name for a story, a name for a
composition or artwork, like placards on objects and spaces, to structure the thinking
context of the listener.
Rajivan and JOSEPH would love to welcome you at the opening.
Fri 8 Nov 2019 at 6.45 pm
Free entry

Halle Victor Hugo
60, avenue Victor Hugo
L-1750 Luxembourg

For more information about the event please contact

“Creating momentum for performing and visual artists”
+352 621 23 90 41
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Rajivan Ayyappan

Rajivan Ayyappan works as a sound designer, composer and visual artist for film, video, live performances, and installations. He studied extensively South Indian and North Indian music, receiving early vocal training (1970-1986) and complementary training in string and percussion instruments. He graduated in visual communication from the National Institute of Design, India. He has presented his work at various art spaces and festivals internationally including the National Gallery of Modern Art in Mumbai, Museum für Angewandte Kunst in Köln, Theater and der Parkaue in Berlin, Irfan Sahinbas Stage in Ankara. His sound design projects for films include Printed Rainbow by Gitanjali Rao (three awards at the Cannes festival in 2006), and The reluctant fundamentalist by Mira Nair.