D/B Recommended: Interval Studies by Tristan Perich @ LEAP Berlin | Friday, 16.09.2011

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We are pleased to recommend a solo exhibition by New York-based artist and composer Tristan Perich. Inspired by the aesthetics of maths and physics, Perich works with simple forms and complex systems.

For this exhibition, Perich will be exhibiting a body of work that include the sound sculptures Interval Studies and Machine Drawings – the result of a long-standing interest in code and systems.

Perich’s sound sculptures – Interval Studies – is a formal look at musical intervals as a dense continuum of microtonal pitch, expressed en masse as discrete 1-bit frequencies distributed across hundreds of individual speakers. Each speaker, emitting a single, primitive 1-bit tone, becomes a microscopic voice in the total cluster, substituting individual pitch for larger sonic masses.

Tristan Perich | 1-Bit Symphony

The Machine Drawings – pen on paper or wall drawings executed by a custom-built machine over the course of the exhibition at LEAP, use randomness and order as raw materials within a composition. The machine drawings are a combination of the delicacy of real drawings and the rigid, structured system of mechanics and code.

The WIRE Magazine describes his compositions as “an austere meeting of electronic and organic.”
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Interval Studies by Tristan Perich  EXHIBITION & PERFORMANCE
presented by LEAP

Friday, 16 September 2011 | 20:00 CET
LEAP | Karl-Liebknecht-Str. 13 (Berlin Carré, 1. Floor)| 10178 Berlin/Mitte

http://www.tristanperich.com | http://www.leapknecht.de
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