To reflect on nearly a year this coronavirus 2019: COVID – 19, this broadcasting with works of Tristan Perich and Roland Emile Kuit. All these works are based on math, physics and code. Because we live in uncertain times related to all effects of this pandemic has on societies, think of work, musea, sports, concerts etc. it can feel if we are living in a GREY SPACE. To survive we must find beauty in this space.
01/ Noise Patterns- Section 1 – Tristan Perich. 00:06:24.
02/ Noise Patterns- Section 2 – Tristan Perich. 00:03:53.
03/ Noise Patterns- Section 3 – Tristan Perich. 00:07:02.
04/ Noise Patterns- Section 4 – Tristan Perich. 00:08:13.
05/ Noise Patterns- Section 5 – Tristan Perich. 00:06:32.
06/ Sonic Form 01 – Roland Emile Kuit. 00:03:48.
07/ Sonic Form 02 – Roland Emile Kuit. 00:04:50.
08/ Sonic Form 03 – Roland Emile Kuit. 00:03:18.
09/ Sonic Form 04 – Roland Emile Kuit. 00:03:01.
10/ Sonic Form 05 – Roland Emile Kuit. 00:03:47.
11/ Sonic Form 06 – Roland Emile Kuit. 00:02:55.
12/ Sonic Form 07 – Roland Emile Kuit. 00:03:24.
13/ Sonic Form 08 – Roland Emile Kuit. 00:02:56.
14/ Sonic Form 14 – Roland Emile Kuit. 00:03:47.
About NOISE PATTERNS – Tristan Perich.
Noise Patterns digs into the primitive particles of digital 1-bit audio that has become Perich’s signature sound. As with his previous circuit albums, Noise Patterns is not released as a CD or record. Noise Patterns comes as a minimalist matte-black circuit board with a headphone jack in the side. The 6-track album explores how digital noise can be shaped and stressed, from glittering static into the mesmerizing electronic thump of a nightclub. On a technical level, the sonic raw material in Noise Patterns is digital 1-bit noise: a probabilistic density of random oscillations that Perich sequences into rhythmic patterns and layers into textures, pulses, rumbles and beats. Available from Physical Editions.
Physical Editions PE010.
About SONIC FORMS – Roland Emile Kuit.
In the tradition of Takehiha Kosugi and Alvin Lucier, Kuit needs to explore the fundamental physics of acoustics wherby the concept of time and space as a vital continuum is morphed with its surroundings.In his lab, Kuit explored the behaviour of orbiting Lissajous figures:Dynamic synthesis is used to create information streams on a van der Pol oscillator. A designed system of parametric equations to create balance, harmony, gradation, repetition, contrast and with the elements as line, shape, size, direction, texture, hue/tone. A mutual relationship exists between the elements and their structure. The structure provides the elements with their specific, perhaps changing, meaning in nano timbre/ time. This information comes from so-called transients whereby the duration varies between a small part of a period, from 1 usec to 3 or 4 milliseconds. This onset as impulse makes it possible to distinguish the identities of these sonic forms and transforming them to autonomous audio sculptures. The structure works as a context. The elements determine which structural measures they can be subjected to in order for their identity to be enhanced, for their meaning to be differentiated and extended. Sonic environments | Orbits for public and private spaces. Roland Emile Kuit – KYMA.
ASIN : B07PXNSH77.
Picture: Grey Space – Courtesy of the Artist Karin Schomaker.