Bonemap : 'The wild edge' & 'Listening to skin' / Silent Beat.
Featured Australian works
|Listening to skin (1997) for 2 performers and interactive media||Michael Whiticker|
|Bonemap (2000) — audiovisual work||Michael Whiticker|
Duration: 72 min.
Contents note: The wild edge (Dancer's walk photogenically -- Delicate listening -- Rock falls -- Portait of a photographer -- Bone painting -- A mosquito's suck -- A map of bones -- The bay of sparkling lights -- Dry creek bed -- The earth's last deep roar -- A cut in the earth -- Derelict metal -- Blood gurgle -- Days in this heat -- Spirit) -- Listening to skin (String debris -- Ruin it -- Wail -- Piano interior -- Rubbish -- City debris -- Squeal -- Interior).
'The wild edge' and 'Listening to skin' are projects by interdisciplinary arts collective, Bonemap. All music is composed, recorded and engineered by Michael Whiticker and Paul Lawrence (Silent Beat).
Performers: Silent Beat ; Michael Whiticker (recorded texts, spoken and sung, voice, percussion, acoustic guitar, piano interior, tanso, changgo) ; Paul Lawrence (electric guitar) ; Steve Campbell (acoustic bass: Dancer's walk photogenically, The earth's last deep roar) ; Rebecca Youdell (voice: A cut in the earth, The bay of sparkling lights) ; Russell Milledge (voice: Rock falls, The bay of sparkling lights) ; Glen O'Malley (camera, footsteps: Bone painting) ; Lee Wen (voice: The bay of sparkling lights).
Liner notes include notes on Bonemap and details on 'The wild edge' production.
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