The ocean sighs as the day settles. A pulsating distant wash of noise contrasting the minimal crackles of barren mineral. Six million versus half a decade. How long until they form an amalgamation? What remnants are left untouched in the cavities? In the breach? In the void.
Flesh turns rash. A body moves into numbness. Seagulls sing in the key of minor. A day settles.
Throwing my bare body onto the sharp rocks was uncomfortable for sure. But not until the next day did I actually see the bruises and scratches. Not being able to use a remote shutter, I set the camera to timelapse every 5 seconds which gave me some time to pose, re-adjust and pose again.
Using found sounds imported into Bitwig, I made a generative soundscape built almost entirely on samples processed within the Grid.
Second half of the soundtrack introduces a soft piano melody using Native Instruments’ Noire.
Punta de Capocorb
Mineral and flesh