Spectral Analysis Loops : Threadsuns
“I attempt to render sections from the spectral analysis of things, to show them in many aspects and permutations simultaneously: their relations, sequences and oppositions.
Unfortunately I am unable to observe things from all sides…I consider my so-called abstraction and my actual ambiguity to be moments of realism.”
from Hugo Huppert’s (In the Prayer-Milll’s Rattling): A Visit with Paul Celan in the book Translating Tradition.
Fragments from the “Spectral Analysis Loops” 2012, a collaboration between Tarrl Lightowler (image, editing, sound) and Matthew Swiezynski (editing, sound)
Includes music from Fragments of Night, flute section by Diane Granahan and Matthew Swiezynski, intro side b by Kirston Lightowler and musical section one by Tarrl Lightowler (with remixes by Matthew Swiezynski)