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Written by Guillermo Escudero   
domingo, 23 marzo 2008
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Yann Novak & Jamie Drouin, “+Room-Room”, The Henry Art Gallery, 2009


Yann Novak & Jamie Drouin, “+Room-Room”, The Henry Art Gallery, 2009

Los artistas sonoros Yann Novak, ahora residente en Los Ángeles, que dirige el sello Dragons Eye Recordings y Jamie Drouin,  co-fundador junto a Lance Olsen desde 2001 del sello canadiense Infrequency que está asociado a Dragons, se unieron para el proyecto “+Room-Room que consiste en dos instalaciones sonoras que están contiguas en la galería Henry Art en Seattle, en donde los ruidos del ambiente fueron grabados. Ruido casi inidentificables, cercanos al silencio. Pequeñas piezas muy sutiles en la forma de drones y minimal electronics.
“+Room-Room” son dos tracks de ambient en la línea de los bajos rangos dinámicos de Richard Chartier. El primer tema es colorido con puros tonos. El segundo, es oscuro y sus capas son construidas por viñetas de grano digital. Si el primer tema tiene bellas y soterradas armonías, el segundo profundiza en zonas de escucha profunda.
www.dragonseyerecordings.com

Guillermo Escudero
Abril 2008

 

Sound artists Yann Novak now based in Los Ángeles who runs Dragons Eye Recordings and Jamie Drouin a co-founder member alongwith Lance Olsen since 2001 of Canada’s Infrequency imprint which is associated in the U.S.A Novak’s label, team-up for the +Room-Room project that consist in two sound installations at Seattle’s Henry Art Gallery where the noises produced in this environment were recorded. But noises which are unidentifiable, closed to silence. Very subtle pieces of sound shaped as drones and minimal electronics.
“+Room-Room” are two ambient pieces in the line of Richard Chartier’s low range dynamics. The first track is colourful and scatters pure tones. The second cut is darker and its layers are built by grainy digital snippets. If the first track has gorgeous underrated harmonies, track two delves into the deep and obscure listening.
www.dragonseyerecordings.com

Guillermo Escudero
April 2008

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