for stereo fixed media
Acousmatica is a dark, dystopic, post-apocalyptic leather romance with an element of danger. This piece offers a journey in five short movements, weaving between dense machinery, urban waste, passion, and intimacy.
“Breathing” is a wall of rusty tone color that moves to the rhythm of deep breaths. A more improvisatory “Spontaneity” then explores circular, undulating gesture. After “Horizon” depicts a futuristic sunrise, “Trip” continues the gestural motion that “Spontaneity” began, this time with a more abrasive texture. The piece ends with “I love you,” an electrically passionate conclusion transforming the tension built up in previous movements into sweeping melodic trajectories.