swimming in qualia was a commissioned soundtrack for a video installation by shoko ise. created over a period of months during mid to late 2007. this was a work in two parts for two projectors playing consecutively: ‘ascent’ - the main body of the composition, and ‘glimpse’ - a shorter, looping sequence. the installation was featured as part of the ‘still / alive’ exhibit of contemporary art and photography in japan held at the tokyo / metropolitan museum of photography from 22 december 2007 to 20 february 2008.
This is the first in a series of weekly album reviews published by Andrew Dubber. If you haven’t already caught it, please check out his introductory post. There’s been talk of an 80s revival of one sort or another since long before the 80s even came to an end. Some long for the angular rhythms … Continue reading Album of the Week: Laminate Pet Animal → Bandcamp Album of the Day Oct 28, 2011