Niterói, water that hides

by Brian Siskind

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24 mins 53 seconds.

Sound from the sound installation composition currently on exhibition at the Frist Center for the Arts in Nashville as a compliment to Ana Maria Tavares' "Airshaft (to Piranesi)" video installation. Exhibit ends January 12, 2014.

From the exhibit press release:
The centerpiece of this exhibition is her four-sided immersive video, Airshaft, 2008, comprising sequences of elaborate interiors as seen from multiple perspectives in constant motion. Airshaft will also feature a site-related component. It is complemented by Nashville composer Brian Siskind’s Niterói, water that hides. This sonic collage brings together mid-century/post-war orchestral vinyl, recontextualized into a dark, deep, and teeming sound environment.

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released 19 October 2013
Brian Siskind - MPC 2000xl and vinyl records

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