A suite of four pieces for cello & electronics by Judith Hamann, produced in lockdown from Covid-19 in spring 2020 on the island of Suomenlinna in Finland. The second of Another Timbre's quarantine commissions. Artwork by Liene Pavlovska.
"Since I started the project I have been thinking a lot about collapse as an idea, and it’s become a really important means of thinking with and through certain ideas and experiences. Collapse in the sense of this album refers to a buckling of structure, of multiple layers suddenly without division, and points to the overall experience of redrawing of inside/outside public/private/social spaces and perception of time in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Perhaps I’m being overly utopian here, but I now think collapse is not synonymous with disaster, it can instead be generative, creative, a way of making a new story or experience, a way of revealing, or retelling our perception of the world."
Beautiful music for cello and electronics produced by Judith Hamann while in lockdown on the island of Suomenlinna in Finland. One of Another Timbre’s quarantine commissions, ‘days collapse’ is a suite of four pieces with a quiet, brooding intensity.
Judith Hamann’s residency was part of the Helsinki International Artist Programme, and was supported by the Australia Council for the Arts. The editing was completed with funding from the Creative Victoria Sustaining Creative Workers Program.
1. days collapse days 18:28
2. as with covering wings 11:34
3. become shut, draw together 7:31
4. collapse night 11:18
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