Una Lee will be screening A Rolling Mind and a few of here own innovative works at the wonderful dotolim in Seoul, South Korea. Thanks Una! If you are in Seoul pay a visit. Here is a link to the event
poster credit: dotolim
The Miniature Landscape Correspondence began in early spring with Una Lee. As a collaborative duo, we wanted to create something like a video letter or correspondence documenting a moment or view in time. Each view (moment) was composed of two shots, one from each continent, Asia and America. This is the first series and we hope you enjoy them!
Mongsang is a new track composed with Una. For this particular piece we used field recordings, piano, percussion, and a tibetan bowl. Mongsang means daydream in Korean, which is appropriate I think. Thanks to Classwar for another amazing survey!
Here is an excerpt from Lynlee’s Beauty was Everywhere, which was featured in Sound Interpretations dedication to Virginia Woolf. To quote Una Lee, “Soothing field recording and awakening text are merged together in one to express the deepest admiration towards Virginia Woolf.” Enjoy!
Lynlee has contributed a new track entitled Beauty was Everywhere for Haze’s Sound Interpretation seriesdedicated to Virginia Woolf. This track consists of field recordings and a superb, rich reading by Una herself . Both of us are great admires of Woolf, so hopefully the track will inspire a few new readers to seek Woolf out, or motivate some old readers to dust off their copies of Mrs Dalloway . Here is a link to the Haze compilation. More Lynlee soon.