A glittering black album at the edge of audibility. Guttural, grinding, murmuring and fidgety. Against layers of tones and beats, it tells a story of love, betrayal and abnormal sexual behaviour between the senses.
The track we have been working on is quiet and withdrawn from the noise of the world, and so in order to exhibit at the work in progress show we had to find a way to create a secure listening space to invite the audience to listen. The idea came to create an interface, a dome shape fixed to the wall, inside there are small stereo speakers and a mixture of lights. The lights are changing, one is on a revolving motor, the others react to the sound as it plays. The lights project the image of the man that sits on the plastic dome, his image passes over the walls of the dark listening space. Upon approaching the dome, the audience may notice a small hole in its centre from where some noises are creeping out, by putting your ear to the dome you can here the interiority and extreme quietness of the sounds as they pan and vibrate off the dome wall.