The video featured is an excerpt from a longer 20 minute performance we made for Tristiam And Isuelt an artist lead exhibition in an artist lead space The Fish Factory. Its funny, I said to both Jasper and Goose after the event, its as if the steaming rice created a climate up on the hill over […]Read More Live At The Fish Factory
According to Adorno’s Composing for Films, the ear can seem a archaic organ, it has not kept pace the swift actively selective eye. Phenomenon seems a fitting word for such an unusual action. I’d come across the work of Tetsuya Umeda while reading a contribution David Toop made for the 400th issue of The Wire regarding […]Read More Sonic Mysticism
It seems a natural extension to attach a pencil to one of these motors, in fact it seemed to be align with a shared interest both me and Goose have from with the drawn line, such drawings act as post script graphical scores implying the gyrate movements of the pencil. A mark that is […]Read More Drawn
A curious set of actions rather than performance. The artwork expects activity in playfulness, patience, inquisition and listening. To know that everything makes a sound, unique to itself, tuning in to its form and resonance is part of a sensitivity to space, toward the objects and materials around us. By building temporal assemblages, sculpture is subject […]Read More Temporal Landscapes
“creating something—knowledge formation, a sharing, language. In the movement of sound, the making of an exchange is enacted; a place is generated by the temporality of the auditory. Auditory knowledge is a radical epistemological thrust that unfolds as a spatio-temporal event: sound opens up a field of interaction, to become a channel, a fluid, a […]Read More The Object of Sound
5 minute performance: What is , questions of the fleeting grasp of time, of course is the temporal nature of improvised performance. How many performances last 2 minute? A sort of self obligated pressure, that we are implicit within. Is this for the sake of variety we chose to perform for 5 minutes rather than our typical […]Read More Event as sculpture, the duration of objects and the weight of actions.