A landscape reflects a sense of place, space, setting, and scenery. It is something that we look upon, and also something we exist within. We can take it all in in just a few seconds, or we can let ourselves linger for much longer. Sometimes what we see is beautiful, sometimes it is challenging. This is a set of pieces from an ongoing body of work in which we meditate on these ideas about our own landscapes: our relationship with the natural world, our positions in our communities, and our place in history.
This music is part of an ongoing body of work of ambient and textural electronic pieces. Due to the performative nature of the music – it is recorded and mixed live – I feel that this music is on the border of modern classical and electronic music.
Photography by Alyssa Lecompte.