September 29th, 2010

Transition II, 2010, Oil on canvas, Andy Denzler

September 27th, 2010


Disappearing (at sea) by Andrew

” This device offers the individual opportunity for a safe, temporary disappearance, experiencing an isolation seldom found on land. The occupier of the device is absorbed into the chasm, disappearing from view beneath the water’s surface. The device examines the relationship between the known above, and the unknown/ imagined world below sea level. ” via Andrew Friend

September 26th, 2010


September 24th, 2010

no limits in the streets by Stéphane Malka

September 23rd, 2010

A Lost Connection

Marconi Union – A Lost Connection

September 22nd, 2010

“Gesture” by Werner Reiterer

September 21st, 2010

Christo and Jeanne-Claude Surrounded Islands, Miami, Florida 1980-83
Photo: Wolfgang Volz

September 9th, 2010


i will miss you a lot..

September 7th, 2010

Photograph by Raymond Molinar

September 6th, 2010

Haunt Me, Haunt Me Do It Again

Tim Hecker – Haunt Me, Haunt Me Do It Again

September 4th, 2010

I am

I am

September 3rd, 2010

The Reflecting Heart

Michael Stearns – The Reflecting Heart( Collected Thematic Works 1977-1987 )

Michael Stearns is a film composer, ambient music composer, sound designer and soundtrack producer for large format films, theatrical films, documentaries, commercials and themed attractions. Michael’s music has been used by Laserium, NASA and choreographed to by the Berkshire Ballet.

September 2nd, 2010

Of The Sea And Shore

Gareth Hardwick – Of The Sea And Shore

‘Of The Sea And Shore’ is the third album (and the first full length consisting entirely of new material since his debut release in 2006) by Nottingham musician Gareth Hardwick.

Inspired by visits to remote coastal locations around the UK, Gareth has created an album that draws upon the cyclical nature of the tides and the forces of nature that regulate the oceans.

Recorded over a four month period during the Winter of 2009/10, Gareth’s characteristic long form guitar drones have been enhanced by a widened palette of sounds consisting of different instrumentation, effects and recording techniques. Cymbals and chimes supply a percussive undercurrent, whilst radio static, dictaphone field recordings and harmonium are used to add further texture.

As a result, through subtle layering and delivery, ‘Of The Sea And Shore’ is perhaps Gareth’s most accomplished and focused work to date. Over the course of two beautiful long form tracks, a tangible sense of time and place is presented to the listener, evoking grainy recollections of forgotten landscapes. via Low Point

Gareth Hardwick – Of The Sea And Shore by Low Point

September 1st, 2010


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