Rumkala Malantara is an A/V performance from Long Distance Poison (Nathan Cearley and Erica Bradbury). It is an event that builds a space to dwell on time from modular synthesizer and analog electronic experiments, the interplay between modal and spectral approaches to frequency relations, random, pseudo random, and intuitive processes, contrasts between pulse, chaos and duration, and modular video synthesis. The performance takes place at Pioneer Works' recording studio, housed in a shipping container in the garden.
The LDP duo focuses on the development of long-form works that emerge from negotiations between conceptual, frequency, and spectral territories and their alterations as they are engaged in time. LDP's compositions take many forms, mirroring strategies found in drone, noise, and other forms of experimental electronic music. LDP's "slow-time" weirdo sound experiment communicates with the Mystery.
Throughout the day at Pioneer Works, Nathan and Erica host 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 own time.