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Bethan Kellough - Lines of Flight

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Death Valley in the height of summer

The breeze rushes gently over the expanse of Eureka valley. In this heat it is deserted.

A storm rolls through and as the temperature changes, sand particles from the dunes are suddenly airborne - the accompanying wind orchestrating their abrasive path.

As the day fades, insects fly through the air toward the light inside the tent, coming into abrupt contact with the membrane that forms my shelter.

I switch off the light, and silence the flies. I listen through the membrane to the outside, to the soft breeze in isolation.

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from Touch: Isolation, released June 11, 2020
Lines of Flight is inspired by recordings made in Death Valley in June 2019. It was made at home in Los Angeles in April 2020, using the recordings from Eureka dunes, and various stringed instruments.

Mastered by Denis Blackham, 1st May 2020.
Photography and design by Jon Wozencroft.

further listening: bethankelloughreleases.bandcamp.com/releases

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Touch: Isolation London, UK

“Auditory space has no favoured focus. It’s a sphere without fixed boundaries, space made by the thing itself… It is not a pictorial space, boxed-in, but dynamic, always in flux, creating its own dimensions moment by moment”. Edmund Carpenter

From R. Murray Schafer's book "The Soundscape, Our Sonic Environment and the Tuning of the World" (Destiny Books, 1977)
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