It used to be that I bought a disposable camera when I had something important to do. A wedding, a Halloween party, etc. Then I got a digital camera in college, and brought it around to many more places. Today I am literally never without a camera, because it is my phone and my appendage. For others who carry their cameras like I do, I think the pictures aren’t just different in their appearance–we are also taking pictures of different things. When a camera is nearly seamlessly integrated into your normal waking life, the every-day image becomes a framed subject.
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I am taking a class with Michael Pisaro.
Besides being inspired to do the work of the class itself (eg. writing papers/reading) I have been thinking of ways to turn the content of his lectures into some kind of work.
Before that, though, I have these: five short field recordings from five locations. I made these recordings on my iPhone while performing David Dunn’s Purposeful Listening in Complex States of Time. It is interesting to listen to these recordings after the fact and hear things I never heard initially.
I know it sounds like nothing at first, but of course it is really everything. If you listen carefully, I promise there is something interesting in each one.