Installation – spreading outward from the cluster – allowing space for the objects to breath. Upon reflection, i could have gone way further with that idea, spreading the sound further around the whole room, really spatialise the sounds. What might it be like to have an even bigger space with the same 5 actions, spread across the […]Read More Notes on Balance & Harmonic Structures
Saturday evening just passed, we had the pleasure of performing at ‘A Corruption of an Automation – a film fundraiser that was situated in one of the few nightclub space’s in Falmouth. Curiosity surrounded this event particularly for me, I was enthused by the opportunity to take what we have been doing to an audience […]Read More A Corruption of an Automation
Images of recent studio actions Small kinetics, a live sculpture happening, material resonance, fleeting energetic, talking teacups. Objects for tea drinking – instruments for sound making. Music, eating, digestion of audio. Slippery environment of temporal construction, for me it is important that the assemblage encounters levels (different stages of assemble), that I continuously add, […]Read More Intimate Kinetics
Objects take on life when sparked by the impact of vibrations. Studio experimentation seems to have gravitated again toward the physical resonance of objects, day to day. In the last week or so in particular i’m become somewhat transfixed with a select collection of objects I’ve come across. The image above demonstrates a formal performance […]Read More Table Manners
Silence can be a thunderous sound. A crash of energy forms a resonance that punctures through yet has already begun to evaporate into the background shuffle, like a ghost into the darkness. The resonance may continue for a few seconds, perhaps longer, but it is always followed by an equal counter energy of silence. We […]Read More Temporary suspension through noise (and silence)
What might have come from this week? Often a week of mishap wouldn’t effect or even warrant the need for discussion it at all, but when you loose a week to institutional bureaucracy and poor organisation, one can’t help but feel irritable. Neither the less, it certainly isn’t worth spending too much time wining about, […]Read More What might have come from this week?