David Dunn

Angels and Insects

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"Tabula Angelorum Onorum 49" is based on alchemist John Dee's psychic communications (see also Jerry Hunt's work along these lines). Computer-fractal voices, disembodied informants. Includes an extended remix of "Chaos and the Emergent Mind of the Pond," an assembly of micro bio-acoustical underwater events recorded very (macro-) closely -- insect dronings, buzzings, clickings -- that lets listeners listen to a burgeoning level of liege not normally heard. Dunn has also edited a splendid book, Pioneers of Electronic Art, available from Nonsequitor. See also his "...With Zitterings of Flight Released (in Memoriam Kenneth Gaburo)" in the collection Views From the Perfect City.

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