The last song of the Kaua‘i ‘Ö‘ö, from Ben Shattuck’s essay in The Rumpus.
When I was a kid, my mom used to take me on “listening walks” and this interview reminded me of her. From The Last Quiet Places: Silence and the Presence of Everything. MR. HEMPTON: Yeah. Oh, grass wind. Oh, that is absolutely gorgeous, grass wind and pine wind. You know, we can go back to theContinue reading “THREE HUNDRED AND SEVEN”
Adam Basanta, the sound of empty space (via wemakemoneynotart). “…[at] the Galerie B-312 where composer and sound artist Adam Basanta has installed a series of works that play with self-generating microphone feedback. Each of the 3 works in the gallery examines, in its own witty and transparent way, the idea of sound as a mutableContinue reading “TWO HUNDRED AND THIRTY ONE”