Dusted on Transition

Insightful words from Bill Meyer at Dusted:

“Removal, addition and space all come to mind while listening to these three pieces, which collectively run just under half an hour.
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The sounds all seem to be coming at you from a great distance, so that to engage them you have to project your attention outwards. But at the same time they rise and fall in a cadence reminiscent of breathing exercises, and the piece induces a similarly calm state. This simultaneous evocation of in and out of body experiences speaks to art’s power to transform perception and the moment, and in doing so becomes a reminder that nothing needs to stay the same.”

full review below…

http://dustedmagazine.tumblr.com/post/157201319583/billy-gomberg-transition-dinzu-artefacts

 

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