It Sounds Like Time Inside
It Sounds Like Time Inside is a short film presented by Clocktower artists-in-residence Long Distance Poison, depicting experiments in candle making, modular video synthesis, and meditations on narrative and time. The evening begins with a short experimental candle and incense workshop. This workshop demonstrates the process behind the materials used in the film.
Something seems to be revealed but then suddenly is concealed. A relation to Being flickers.
During the opening of the video installation, Long Distance Poison hosts an experimental candle and incense workshop, forging material for their culminating A/V performance, Sound and Time. Come observe their process and ask questions, dip your own candle, and experiment with your time.
And a repeat performance of Long Distance Poison’s modular video/analog sound event Rumkala Malantara will take place in the Pioneer Works recording studio at 9pm.
LDP's compositions take many forms, mirroring strategies found in drone, noise, and other forms of experimental electronic music. Begun by Nathan Cearley and Erica Bradbury, the LDP duo focuses on the development of long form works that emerge from a negotiation and play between conceptual, frequency, and spectral territories and their alterations as they are engaged in time. Using modular and analog synthesizers, the works incorporate minimal drones, spectral work, empty and spatially porous zones, sequenced patterns of rhythmic noise, random and pseudo-random processes, improvised keyboard work, chance, and mistake. LDP's "slow-time" weirdo sound experiment communicates with the Mystery.