This audiovisual composition was composed in memory of my old colleague who was a specialist of marine acoustic and the SONAR system.
It was inspired by the activities of underwater livings.
A small object develops in Fractal method, overlaps to produce its shadowed and light planes/parts to structure various figures.
The music and the visual part were composed in parallel by the same author. The material sounds are mainly processed from an underwater recording. The difference between the acoustic of underwater and that of in the air was deliberately designed to structure the climax.
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Hiromi Ishii studied composition in Tokyo, electroacoustic music in Dresden, and further studied "Electroacoustic Music Composition related to Japanese traditional Music’ at the City University (London), where she was conferred her PhD.
Her pieces have been presented at festivals such as CYNETart Dresden, EMF Florida, Musique&Recherches, MusicAcoustica, Musica Viva, EMU Rome and broadcast by WDR, MDR, DLR.
In 2006 and 2013 she was an artist in residence at ZKM, Germany.
Lives in Düren, Germany. +info