Audio

'Decoy Modes' – Mia Riley

Length: 2:00

Mia Riley's response to Stephen Collis and Jordan Scott's Decomp: 'Decoy Modes.'

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'Feel It' – Mishel Barabas

Length: 3:30

Mishel Barabas's response to Stephen Collis and Jordan Scott's Decomp: 'Feel It.'

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I have taken a song that I recorded over a year ago and reproduced it. I wanted to see how time would change, if at all, my recording of my song entitled 'Feel it.' I have constructed / made a video of clips from over the past year to reflect the idea and feelings behind the song. One's view on their past work can change over time or it can remain the same, For me this song now evokes a feeling of liberation and nostalgia.

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'Fragments' – Michelle Gunst

Length: 2:06

Michelle Gunst's response to Stephen Collis and Jordan Scott's Decomp: 'Fragments.'

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'Fragments' shows a less organic breakdown of language. Words are taken from the book Decomp and are broken down, exploring ways in which computers can also decompose sounds and language, showcasing the contrast between the natural world and the digital world.

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[Part of the (Re)verb Project.]

'Life in a Mud Hole' – Shannon Leardo

Length: 1:29

Shannon Leardo's response to Stephen Collis and Jordan Scott's Decomp: 'Life in a Mud Hole.'

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The track that I have created is a simulation of the auditory effects created in my studio daily through the interaction of hands, machine and earth. These effects are fabricated by means of reclaimed scraps slatting down parallel to the decomposition of the particles of organic matter within the clay creating a sloppy, earthy-smelling zone.

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[Part of the (Re)verb Project.]

'Make Paper' – Yuan Yuan Ping

Length: 3:06

Yuan Yuan Ping's response to Stephen Collis and Jordan Scott's Decomp: 'Make Paper.'

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I gave voice to paper making. I find it very interesting to hear the process; hearing the sound makes it more natural.

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[Part of the (Re)verb Project.]

'Nulled Noises' – Jesse Siegle

Length: 0:56

Jesse Siegle's response to Stephen Collis and Jordan Scott's Decomp: 'Nulled Noises.'

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Through heavy manipulation of mundane sounds, the deconstruction of the everyday can then be recuperated into something new.

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[Part of the (Re)verb Project.]

'Reverb' – Chris Jones

Length: 2:00

Chris Jones's response to Stephen Collis and Jordan Scott's Decomp: 'Reverb.'

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'Reverb' echoes the concept of Decomp, sampling excerpts from Charles Darwin's Origin of Species read over top one another, the resulting audio forms an abstract poem of jumbled English and audible words salvaged from the chaos and decomposition of sound and spoken word.

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[Part of the (Re)verb Project.]

'Seam and Severance' – Hannah Petkau, Jenn Scheirer and Lusia Stetkiewicz

Length: 2:00

Hannah Petkau, Jenn Scheirer and Lusia Stetkiewicz's collaborative response to Stephen Collis and Jordan Scott's Decomp: 'Seam and Severance.'

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'Seam and Severance' is a collaborative piece created by three artists who work in very different mediums. This audio piece is the product of recordings made while the artists created sculptures through reduction, degradation and reconstruction. Once recorded these sounds were then layered and looped on to a single track. Creation through reduction.

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'Sound Piece' – Mercedes Alexander

Length: 2:00

Mercedes Alexander's response to Stephen Collis and Jordan Scott's Decomp: 'Sound Piece.'

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'Teardrop Vessel' – Jared Last

Length: 2:19

Jared Last's response to Stephen Collis and Jordan Scott's Decomp: 'Teardrop Vessel.'

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