Super 8 still -104 From Chance to Deal
It was a great pleasure to read about my film People’s Park Reverie being screened with Robert Robertson’s Oserake at the Hundred Years Gallery in London a few years ago. This event is mentioned in Robert Robertson’s excellent new book, in the countries of the mind.
I am just starting to dive in, but so far this is a very inspirational and poetic read.
You can purchase it here.
You can view People’s Park Reverie Below-
The second collection of minimal piano recordings is now up on Bandcamp!
Most of these tracks were improvised with a few slight embellishments
Ana Villas Boas over at Keep Moving Flow has written a very lucid poem in relation to A Walk in February-
Read it here
Check out the film below and her other writings as well.
Big thanks Ana!
My recent upload to my Bandcamp page is my 2012 release on GFR A Dance in Slow Time Along the Pacific Rim. I have fond memories of this one. I plan to upload some unreleased and new recordings soon. Enjoy!
A little late on some recent posts from around the globe.
Audio: Special thanks to Pilot Eleven Netlabel (UK) for including Lynlee’s 1314 in their February Highlights edition-Go here
Text: Thanks to Keep Moving Flow(Brazil) for her recent thoughts on In the evening slow ships would emerge-Go here to read
and to L’emergere del possibile (Italy) for including Late Autumn, Early Winter in their 15 most important films in the last five years. This was a special post commemorating their five year anniversary
Audiovisual: Lastly, something recent from a Japanese blog that highlighted A walk in February and Changeable Weather-Go here
Thanks to you all!
Still from: In the evening slow ships would emerge
An audiovisual walk in Ray’s Meadow Park in Silver Spring, Maryland
This is the third installment in the series 12 Walks
Super 8 still 103 from the film A Windy Season