Audio Composition


Posted by on Jul 9, 2015 in Audio Composition

  Fractal   PLAY AUDIO HERE It’s time for some music… I feel compelled to share a work with you that’s very close to my heart. In London, back in 2008 musician Christin Rauter and I made an album, Looking For Wonderland. The track ‘Fractal’ has particular relevance to our discussion about movement – about the patterns we create in our daily dealings and the constantly expanding and condensing energetics of these experiences.   Fractal – the track… A meditation on sound. A fractal is a fragmented geometric shape that can be...

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‘re’ back + ‘petere’ seek

Posted by on Apr 30, 2014 in Audio Composition

‘re’ back + ‘petere’ seek PLAY AUDIO HERE   John Cage once said… “If you find something boring, keep looking at it, keep looking at it and keep looking at it until you find it interesting.” I refer to this so often in my movement and sound practice. Here is a little audio sketch doing just that – unravelling the beauty in the ordinary. (1’33”  – ‘re’ back + ‘petere’ seek by Camilla...

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Posted by on Mar 12, 2014 in Audio Composition

Molecules PLAY AUDIO HERE   An extract from… In The Shadow Of The Moon, a documentary film This astronaut beautifully articulates what is an extraordinary metaphor for living – our very own physiology intimately integrated into our environment. As an Embodiment Inquisitor, I am on a quest for experiences & examples of our interconnectedness, details otherwise missed, patterns hidden beneath the seeming chaos. Certainly these men had an insight unlike any other. (0’52” – In The Shadow Of The...

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An Ode

Posted by on Feb 11, 2014 in Audio Composition

  An Ode   PLAY AUDIO HERE To consider my moving self is a profoundly spiritual endeavour. I believe our moving self is key to our experience and understanding of our self, our environment and our place it in. I built this little composition shortly after returning from India, new to Melbourne and newly pregnant with my daughter. I was experiencing movement in all it’s glory. (2’30” – copyright of Camilla Maling)

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