Released on Crónica Electronica on 09/05/2017.
Available for download here.
- Suite II, Portals (07:36)
- Suite II, Convergence (08:26)
- Suite II, Divergent Dialogues (08:19)
- Elements (08:22)
- Concrètisations X (14:45)
- Strata (20:24)
- All pieces created by Graeme Truslove.
- Double Bass on Strata performed by George Lyle.
- Photo by Alison Clifford.
- Produced with support from The University of the West of Scotland.
The Scottish School of Flower Arranging will be playing at:
17th May 2014 – St Johns Church, The Pleasance, Jedburgh, Scotland.
10am – 4pm, St Johns Church: four-channel sound installation of new music for hand-made acoustic and electronic instruments.
7pm, The Butterfield Room, Jedburgh Community and Arts Centre (behind St Johns Church): evening concert of improvised music for hand-made acoustic and electronic instruments.
27th June 2014 – The São Bento da Vitória Monastery, Porto, Portugal.
Part of the xCoAx 2014 Conference.
9.30pm – midnight. Evening concert of improvised music for hand-made acoustic and electronic instruments.
More dates to follow…
The Scottish School of Flower Arranging have uploaded two new recordings from their most recent studio session, recorded on 8-9th March 2014 at Faraway Studio, Jedburgh.
Listen to them here.
James Wyness: acoustic instruments.
Graeme Truslove: digital instruments.
Lux – the third work in the audiovisual collaborative series Interstitial Articulations with Alison Clifford– has been shortlisted in the final for the Lumen Prize. The Lumen Prize is a new international award celebrating digitally created art. Shortlisted works will be exhibited in the following galleries during 2013:
- Gallery 27, Cork Street, London
- Plum Blossoms, Hong Kong.
- FQ Projects, Shanghai.
- Robert’s Books, Riga, Latvia.
- Cardiff, Wales.