Numbered edition of 54 copies.
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Numbered edition of 54 copies.
Tuluum Shimmering Records TSR011
Many thanks, Tuluum Shimmering
jeffry astin & josh clark
active early to mid 2000s
here’s a track from a different album to give ya an idea.
Limited Edition of 60.
clams possibly was
C. Spencer Yeh, James Ferraro, Kathy O’Dell, Shane Mackenzie, Zac Davis
We’re very happy to announce new works from Eric Frye. A collection of focused compositions exciting and dynamic as much as they are stimulating and cohesive.
Recent developments in mathematics, including Grothendieck’s work in algebraic geometry, showed once again that the representational leg of mathematics is more than just an auxiliary tool for its conceptual leg. The new concepts like that of Topos require new modes of representation, otherwise they remain to be properly treated (and in some cases even properly identified). The new modes of mathematical representation require us – but also allow us – to conceive, imagine and perceive things differently. The very fact that most of today’s mathematical concepts have no rigidly associated “bodies”, visible or otherwise perceivable, serves as a strong motivation for an artistic work aiming at the aesthetic – and hence also material and technological – construction and a further reworking of these abstract concepts.
Eric Frye’s compositional output perfectly demonstrates how this works in practice. Through a series of methodically structured auditory events Frye investigates new modes of perception and spatial cognition. These events are composed specifically to stimulate and disrupt the cognitive perceptual process as the human mind attempts to correctly segregate and organize sound objects. As the piece unfolds it reveals topologically transformed sonic morphologies which trigger hallucinatory reactions through a succinct succession of auditory cues. Frye’s sound pieces emerge as an artistic expression of novelty and freedom, which, by Georg Cantor’s popular quote, is indeed the essence of mathematics.
– Andrei Rodin
Total Running Time: 24:08
Written and produced by Eric Frye.
Design by Jeff Witscher.
Text Objects Without Structure by Andrei Rodin.
Recorded at Harvard University Studio for Electroacoustic Composition.
Anechoic chamber recordings at Orfield Laboratories, Minneapolis.
Special thanks to Andrei Rodin, Sam Wolk, and David Berg for their invaluable contribution and important assistance.
Electronics – Noel Von Harmonson, Ryan Jencks
Lead Vocals, Electronics – Paul Costuros
«One is dreaming about Many. Remaining nameless, he creates all names. When Nothing turns into Three, the cycle begins. Let the lightning go through your soul, mind and body, seeding the Tree, where is Dream becomes true, where is True becomes fourth element. These three aural meditations are facets of our gnosis, the farthest limit for living creature. Be the fourth, to face yourself. Tat twam asi.»
Tim Six: singing bowls, voice and throat singing, guitar, hulusi, water pipes, metallic objects, field recordings.