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Written by Guillermo Escudero   
Sunday, 03 June 2007
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Tom Hall, “Fluere”, Nightrider Records, 2007

 

Tom Hall, ‘Fluere’, Nightrider Records, 2007

Tom Hall es un artista sonoro y videasta que reside en Brisbane, Australia. Graduado en Bellas Artes en The Australian National University, ha estado trabajando hace más de cinco años en varias artes como la fotografía, el video y las instalaciones sonoras. 
Hall ha editado el CD “Irashai Mase” [New Forms, 2004] en Japón cuando estudiaba en la Kyoto Seika University, “Concrete Cars” en 2006, que es un paisaje sonoro producido a partir de sonidos encontrados obtenidos de varios lugares en Tasmania.
“Fluere” está basado en la historia del puente Story Bridge de Brisbane que se apertura en 1940 y es la estructura de acero más larga fabricada en Australia.
Hall conecta micrófonos de contacto en las estructuras del puente, por lo que las vibraciones son capturadas, el soplido del viento parece líneas de bajo y los sonidos de los motores de los automóviles pasa rápidamente digitalmente procesado. Música pulsante, intensa, ruidosa y muy creativa en la forma de componer.
www.tomhall.com.au y www.myspace.com/digi_destroy 

Guillermo Escudero
June 2007

 

Tom Hall is a sound and video artist based in Brisbane, Australia. He has a Fine Arts degree at The Australian National University and has been working over 5 years in various art forms like photography, video and sound installations.
Hall released the ‘Irashai Mase’ [New Forms, 2004] CD in Japan while he was studying at Kyoto Seika University, ‘Concrete Cars’ in 2006 which is live soundscape produced from found sound captured from various places in Tasmania and an upcoming collaboration with guitarist Dan Lewis
‘Fluere’ is a sound album based on the Story Bridge, Brisbane which was opened in 1940 after five years construction and is the largest steel bridge in Australia.
Hall put contact microphones on the structures of the bridge so vibrations are captured, the wind blows and sounds like baselines, and the sound of the car engines pass quite fast digitally reprocessed. Pulsating music, intense, noisy and very creative the way composition is made of.
www.tomhall.com.au and www.myspace.com/digi_destroy 

Guillermo Escudero
Junio 2007

 

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