Fluid Radio explores heavy objects

Nathan Thomas explores ideas of space and environment on Heavy Objects and Giovanni Lami’s Hysteresis work:

“Lami and fraufraulein approach the problem of how to respond musically to environmental sounds in very different ways, but the results are equally intriguing. The differences are pointed to by the titles they use: ‘Hysteresis’, a word denoting a system that incorporates some lag, delay, or history dependence, refers to process; ‘when we evaporate’ names the intention to actually evaporate into the environment, including a time and a voice to place the emphasis on affect. Translating into the language of the visual arts, you could call Lami’s technique a sort of live, instantaneous cut-up or collage, while fraufraulein mobilise the desire, often expressed in the annals of art history, to step through the canvas and into the painting.”

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Giovanni Lami / fraufraulein

 

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