21 Sep 2017

Digital release ~ The House Full of Wonders

s o u n d   a r t   c o m p i l a t i  o n

66 minutes of conceptual sound art derived from improv sequences, field recordings and site-specific interventions, with a strong sense of re-inventing an ambient micro spaces through carefull frequency manipulation. All sounds used are previously recorded or played by the author, except for the sounds of Saturn rings taken from NASA Sounds (on the track no 4) and improv performance by a guest performer and long time collaborator Ivana Grahovac (piano, cello, tibetan bowls, wind chimes) on the tracks 1, 5 and 6.

Improv and field recordings belong to the 2017 archive, and are taken between Belgrade and Korčula island. Compilation is soon to be published on tape.

Released September 22nd 2017

23 Aug 2017

the wall

photo scores & soundscape >>

inspired by the places where huge stone blocks were cut in the old times, from giant natural rocks and cliffs on the island of Korčula in South Adriatic. the traces of carving and cutting left geometrical marks reshaped by nature. locations of the photo scores are Glogovac and Lenga. location of field recording used in the track The Wall is an old query on the island of Vrnik in Korčula's archipelago.

photo score >> the wall I >> location Glogovac

photo score >> the wall II >> location Lenga

18 Aug 2017

separation >>

graphic score ~ separation >> is developed from the image of fire taken in the village of Zuce, suburbs of Belgrade. The image is followed by the field recording of location (( Karagačka street )), recorded between 2 and 3 am mid May; the score is developed in August 2017

8 Aug 2017

Moongazing >> sound art

The track is composed of improvisational experiment with large wind chimes and tibetan bowls as well as bowing large ceramic vase, improvisation on the piano, processed sound of Saturn's rings (NASA sounds) and site-spacific intervetion / field recording made on the island of Vrnik in South Adriatic in July 2017. In collaboration with Ivana Grahovac.

5 Aug 2017

The Stone Rain

f i e l d   r e c o r d i n g

The image is taken on Vrnik, tiny island situated close to Korčula town in South Adriatic. The island is historically known for its stone-marble used by stonemasons from the region throughout the 20th century. Now the island is a hidden paradise with impressive abandoned query, magnificent marine life and a small village visited by few tourists in the summer season. Field recording is taken in July 2017, on the south side of the island, away from the settlements, facing chunk of open sea toward the island of Mljet.