Audio

Fixed Media Works

Noctambulation - Made for headphones.


ilinx – a category of play.  "the pursuit of vertigo”, disorientation, dizziness, to momentarily shift or disrupt perception through disorientating changes in the direction of movement. 


Mint Cascade explores and extends the spatial motion, and spatial features of recordings of kinetic objects, with all spatial movement in the piece derived from 8 channel recordings of the animated source. The kinetic materials transform, cascade, instigate and collide.


Phase Transitions is an 8 channel piece and is the first movement from a three part work entitled Hydrophilic Pulses. The piece plays with abstracted shifting rhythms, syncopated collisions, contorted reflections and shaped resonances. The original source materials were captured in a single ambiguous location. 


Deluge is the second movement from a three part work entitled Hydrophilic Pulses. This movement is constructed solely from a recording of a rhythmic leak that sprung up in my home during a particularly heavy storm in Northern Ireland. The piece explores, extends and interplays found rhythms, in the rain, the resulting leaks indoors, and in the capture of droplets in various real and imagined resonant containers.


Pebbles.


Just paper.


Algorithmic/Generative 


Live algorithmic music recorded and recomposed. One human piano player, one computer piano player. No prepared musical sequences. 


Live algorithmic music recorded and recomposed. One human saxophone player, one computer piano player. No prepared musical sequences.


Algorithmic interpolating music. A fixed media piece primarily constructed from interpolated variations of musical patterns driving physical modelling synthesis instruments.




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