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I work in a kind of feedback loop between sound and image making. In both my video and sound work I am always experimenting and curious to see what can be made.
I have created many sound and video works as well as live audio visual performances with custom built interfaces such as the “disco-microwave”, “midi vacuum cleaner”, and “prepared ironing board”. I have also been fascinated with the sonification of data from atmospheric phenomena such as rain and temperature changes, to subtle changes in the activity of plants.
In this album I focussed on the building of intense drone-based compositions starting mostly with natural sound source recordings such as the sound of a metal fire pit being hit with various materials, electric guitar, the sounds of bees swarming around a hive, and elemental sine waves.
Paul has been creatively involved for many years, in experimental music, from custom made audiovisual instruments to drummer for Essendon Airport and more recently David Chesworth’s “Layer upon Layer live”. His many animated and experimental films have been screened locally and internationally, including TecnoBunny (1995), and Pop Psychology (2014) at Ars Electronica. His animation “Drive To Work” won best Site Specific Installation at Zagreb MSU Animafest 2017. Paul collaborates with other musicians via soundcloud including Wivresse from France and FL2C a collaboration with Kris Behrendt from Germany. Paul’s previous album “Swamp-Lake-City” was released by Naviar Records in 2019.