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On December of 2009 Juan José Calarco and David Velez captured sound from bays near the cities of Buenos Aires and NYC respectively. They exchanged files for over two years until mid 2011 when the piece was finalized. The artists wanted to explore the opposite weather conditions as an element of difference and the site where they will record (bays) as an element of concurrence to support their site recording work. On the compositional process the artists make gestural and intuitive use of those recordings based on mere formal and aesthetic considerations: Concrete sounds used as material to build new experiences on the listener’s conscience where the perception of space and time is altered and distorted under artistic acoustic means.
REVIEWS AND MENTIONS
Listed as one of the best works from 2011 by Daniel Crokaert
THE FIELD REPORTER 2011: Final Report
THE FIELD REPORTER
Listed as one of the notworthy works from 2012 by Simon Whetham on THE FIELD REPORTER 2012 Retrospective post