Revisiting lost youth and finding a beautiful now.
As I explained in the post of the video for this installation this one was very personal for me. I wanted to go back to a place where I could try to record the sounds and images of my childhood. A large amount of my childhood memories are connected with Harlech hence its selection as the next location on our little summer tour.
This is by far my favorite installation to date. The machine was acting very oddly when we recorded. For some reason the arpeggio pattern changed from what it normally output and tonally it appears to have shifted to a more whistley tone. I’m at a loss to explain why. I love the randomness inherant in the machine. It makes wonderful things happen; like the tension, heat, and eventual feeling of release in this recording.