Oriental Resonant Networks

Oriental Resonant Networks is a series of pieces inspired by a set of digital drawings. Both the drawings and the musical pieces are influenced by islamic art, sacred geometry, surrealistic painting techniques and montage theory.

A wide range of synthesized sounds, natural/signalling sounds and improvised instrumental recording pass through a series of temporal automatic processes that generate stochastic and indeterminate sound networks. The sound networks that are defined basically by the dialectic relationship between symmetry/repetition and chaos/randomness are filtered through the apprehension of sound patterns and ”geometries” in musical space that are then artificially “enforced” on the networks and lead to surrealistic but concrete montage narratives.

Electronics, piano and percussion by Lefteris Papadimitriou.
All recordings made at the studios of the University of Huddersfield.

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