Commission Opportunity

Very interesting commission opportunity

Playing with some field recordings and patches

First field test with a new piece of kit. I took a Zoom h4n recorder out to the coast and montaged it with some improvisations in D mixelodeon 9 on Parlour Guitar.

Archival source material from a group show called:

Let Me Take You To The Land Phantastic

The work consisted of two turntables playing Dub-plates that were etched with locked grooves of ‘EVP’ recordings made in the exhibition space. Audience members could lift and lower the stylus to select loops The Dub-plates wore out during the exhibition to play indistinguishable white noise..

The show took place at Starboard Home (Curated By Suzy Green and Ilana Mitchel), Newcastle upon Tyne, UK 7-8 February 2004

COPY - PROCESS/MATERIAL/MANUFACTURE


Guest curated resource space at The Tetley

(Snapshots taken on 2nd July. Much better images and information available via Copy website)

Second Memory Space experiment.

Recreating the sound of passing traffic, birds, lampposts in the wind etc. Stood at a traffic intersection. Created using layered oscillators, noise and filters.

droomoog:

A physical model of the Dutch city of Eindhoven is rolled onto a drum and attached to a piano, so that its buildings hit the piano keys in a specific rhythm and the physical pattern of the city becomes expressed into a unique sound. The cityscape Eindhoven apparently produces a quite chaotic soundscape, although this might also be influenced by the methodology of it all, of which another beautiful example includes SolarBeat.

droomoog:

A physical model of the Dutch city of Eindhoven is rolled onto a drum and attached to a piano, so that its buildings hit the piano keys in a specific rhythm and the physical pattern of the city becomes expressed into a unique sound. The cityscape Eindhoven apparently produces a quite chaotic soundscape, although this might also be influenced by the methodology of it all, of which another beautiful example includes SolarBeat.

First in a series of Reflective Memory Space experiments. Starting with a recreation of what I hear in total silence.

Jan Winderen - Ultrafield (2013)
Ridges on the Horizontal Frame

Luke Fowler and Toshiya Tsunoda - Ridges on the Horizontal Frame (2011)

Camille Norment - Triplight (2008)

Camille Norment - Triplight (2008)

(Source: norment.net)

Sergei Tcherepnin - Motor Matter Bench (2013)

Sergei Tcherepnin - Motor Matter Bench (2013)

(Source: moma.org)

Teiji Furahashi - Lovers (1994)