1st in a new series of abstract works using motion time-lapse landscape and other natural elements as source components for digital processing. The sound was created by long time collaborator the London based composer Tom Green. Much of the "feel" of the piece refers to the St Ives School of the 1940s — being very interested in their "concept of abstraction and its connections to landscape painting, and the artistic implications of living and working in a colony away from large urban centres".
This is a location I myself have spent much time in, in fact nearly all of my own soundtracks for my artwork has been created in and around West Penwith – the land, speckled with granite and quartz seems to emanate art from its very pores, it is almost impossible not to create.


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