Often, when thinking about music I’m making for performances, I’ll make little gifs to illustrate the process. More for me than for the piece, but why not share.
This one is an altered snippet from a Polish folk dance at a community festival. I was working on the performance soundtrack for Ania Straczynska’s Grains, which premiered at Ignition Dance Festival.
These two were made during my semi-improvised performance as part of Karen Christopher’s Seven Falls piece.
Vaporwave/Drone/Ambient concept Zine EP about the impending cyberpunk apocalypse.
Click below for the zine portion. It goes with track 2 of the EP.
No One Can See This Except You
Or, the deer that walked the city, when it was a city
If you’re into digital art, you’ve probably heard about the San Andreas Deer. Digital artist, Brian Watanabe, built a mod for GTA San Andreas in which a it creates a deer and then follows it. Assumedly “creates a deer” means “put into action all of the in-game rules that constitute ‘deer'”. The game already has deer as part of the digital wildlife, that act as you’d expect. There are two rules for the San Andreas Deer that don’t follow our idea of real world deer.
1) It is seemingly indestructible
2) It has the power to teleport
Continue reading The San Andreas Deer
As ardent Nick Murray fans (so, no one yet) will know, I have been exploring the relationship between communication loss and sonic object-artifacts. In less floofy wording, I’ve been playing with cassette tapes. It’s been hugely interesting and finally I’ll be presenting a little of what I’ve uncovered at the upcoming Hackoustic event.
If you’re into sound art, new instruments, experimental music, or anything of that ilk, please do come on down. It’s on March 24th at Iklektik. Tickets here.
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