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
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.
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.
Ultrafield, Fieldwork for the 16 channel Ambisonic instalation, MOMA. August 2013
Luke Fowler and Toshiya Tsunoda - Ridges on the Horizontal Frame (2011)