pmc081 - 2019
These recordings were made in 2015 - 16 in Washington DC, Forth Worth and Auckland. You can feel the spaces of a three-story concrete stairwell, an echo chamber on a busy street, a concrete bunker room, and 'Vortex', Richard Serra's 67 foot high weathering steel sculpture. You can hear the sounds of mixing bowls, water, tin cans, clapping, footsteps, dental impressions, dental floss, a partial denture, a hand-carved wooden knife, a metal water bottle, a screw driver, an umbrella, piano, chairs, a bird whistle, keys, a slide whistle, a glass sugar bowl, a recorder, tin whistles, traditional Korean bells, a whisk, & Doris (pvc pipe with elastic and bottle caps).
Thanks to Phong Tran for telling us about the Rotunda of the Provinces echo chamber at the Canadian Embassy & Jeff Henderson for encouraging Corporal Tofulung to drag chairs around under the stairs while Unknown Rockstar played the piano in the stairwell.
This album is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 New Zealand License.
|In the Audio Foundation stairwell||5:47|
|Inside a Richard Serra sculpture - Fort Worth||1:30|
|At Canadian Embassy Washington DC excerpt 1||1:39|
|At Nowhere Festival||10:08|
|At Canadian Embassy Washington DC excerpt 2||1:59|
|At Canadian Embassy Washington DC excerpt 3||1:32|