Tianjin was my first foray into making landscape-based work, and was done as part of UNSW’s Porosity Studios at Tianjin, in conjunction with the Tianjin Academy of Fine Art. The four pieces are based on converting hexadecimal data from photographs into music, because at the time I was interested in hearing how photographs sounded, and the instrumentation choices reflect some of the moods I felt as I took the photographs.
F32, The Path Less Travelled
My second foray into making landscape-based work, also based on converting hexadecimal data from photographs into music. The ‘F32’ mentioned is from taking the photographs at F32 aperture, and the photographs were taken at Yellagonga Regional Park in Western Australia. I also experimented with using some vocals on the title track, and found an amazing rendition of Lasca in the public domain.