"The Austrian sound artist and composer Bernhard Gal developed the concept for Defragmentation/blue over the past two years in collaboration with the Japanese architect Yumi Kori. Their aim is to explore the interactions between temporal and spatial conditions and their impact on human perception and imagination. Defragmentation/blue -- an audio-architectural exploration of time -- was exhibited for the first time in September 1999 at Studio Five Beekman, a music gallery in New York which is specifically committed to the presentation of multimedia/sound installation art.This is Gal's second CD-release. His first CD-release Bestimmung New York -- very different in concept and sound compared to his recent CD -- has been released on Austria's Durian label in 1999. Defragmentation/blue is a minimalistic, yet haunting listening experience. Gal's use of psycho-acoustic phenomena creates a highly intense and entrancing atmosphere where time seems to stand still." (label info)
in stock | DE| 2000| PLATE LUNCH | 4.90

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