Borneo Bengkel's 'Soundbank' project offers folk music, storytelling a digital lifeline

Adrian Jo Milang, a traditional storyteller from Bintulu in Sarawak, is part of the Soundbank series. Photo: The Tuyang Initiative

Soundbank, an online interactive exhibition, will see cultural arts outfit Borneo Bengkel bringing together 16 musicians from Sabah, Sarawak, Indonesia and Britain to create a digital living archive of sound, music and endangered languages.

This exhibition will stream for free on Nov 5 at 8pm via Borneo Bengkel’s social media channels.

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