BLOW (2004)


BLOW combines fragmented vocal recordings, projection and audio equipment. Two voices – one male, one female – are deconstructed into semantic and grammatical units in a polyphonic composition that is output to twelve tracks  as spatialized sound. Breath, utterance, syllables and phrases propose a cut-up sound poem of sentience and rationality using high/low technology and aesthetics. The text explores sense and sensuality of the individual, the collective and utopic social movements. A cartographic-text map fusing concrete poetry and the nervous system of the human body as a techno-organic graphic is projected on one wall. Catalogue with Audio CD; essay by Betsy Warland. Collection of the Saskatchewan Arts Board.

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