the entire ‘Intense Colour’ piece is beautifully explained and on show on the Arts Council/BBC’s ‘The Space’ site. http://thespace.org/items/e0001gcu?t=zzz6
And this is what I’ve been working on with Craig Morrison, composing a sound to a colour, it will get continued, we’ve been experimenting. It has been a challenge to orchestrate a sound that one can play for a long time without getting uncomfortable but stays pleasant and in the mood the colour would giveContinue reading “‘Intense Colour’ composition screened on an intense scale”
this report of the second night at Blinc Digital Arts Festival has got the last part, the choral, of my ‘Thank You’ soundscape for Alan Turing in it – http://www.culturecolony.com/videos?id=11410
An atmospheric Blinc digital arts news report by Chris Dearden http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-north-west-wales-20106206
just finished the music to the ‘Thank You’ installation piece at Blinc Festival. It’s a big Thank You to Alan Turing for his contributions to the world. I couldn’t agree more… http://www.facebook.com/blincdigital
on Blinc Festival blog: ” blinc Artist of the Day today is Jobina Tinnemans. She will be working with Craig Morrison, Menna Elfyn, Joel Cockrill and Elizabeth Ashworth on a collaborative piece called “Intense Colour Movement”. Steffan Rhodri will be providing the narration. The piece will also feature on The SPACE. (…)” read more, watch videoContinue reading ““Our Artist of the Day” on Blinc Festival blog”
The scores’ graphics that simply happen while composing contemporary music, either by hand scribbling or by software, I often really like. Functional lines.
Blinc Digital Arts Festival is a spectacular experience around Conwy Castle, on the 27-28th of October. The curators have invited me to create a new composition for this year’s edition commemorating Alan Turing’s Centenary. http://blincdigital.com/ http://www.facebook.com/pages/Blinc-Digital-Arts/261569970530561