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A few notes on Changeable Weather

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A few words on Changeable Weather and links-

“Sonic richness to be discovered, it definitely will be a treat for your sore soul on a hot summer day. ” From my wonderful collaborator and Sound Artist Una Lee-her link is here

“Sounds like sitting and listening in the garden, where there is a road before and birds tell their story!” ¬†from the always reliable Kulturterrorismus-German music blog- link is here

and on the Sadayatana radio program-here is the link-
You can download or listen to the disc here

Thanks to all!

Below is Shoreline around dusk a track from the disc-

Miniature Landscape Correspondance 1-10

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!

People’s Park Reverie screened at the Hundred Years Gallery in London tomorrow night! 5/4/13

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I am really pleased to announce that People’s Park Reverie, which is part of my Summer Trilogy, will be screened tomorrow night at the Hundred years Gallery in London. The event is curated by the Zone collective, which is based in Brighton. Here is a description,
“Chris H. Lynn’s three short films, ‘A Trilogy of Summer’ (2010, 2012) were filmed in China: in Nanjing and in Shanghai. ‘Morning Fisherman’ is a quiet moment set by a lake. This film features the magic of the mists which are often shown in the Chinese landscape painting tradition. ‘Afternoon Rain in Nanjing’ is more urban: here the natural element is a monsoon rainstorm. The third film, ‘People’s Park Reverie’, continues Lynn’s theme of water, with its rhythmic reflections and musical colours, in an urban park in Shanghai”. Here is a link to the program. If you are in London, check it out-The program looks great! Thanks to the Zone Collective and Robert Robertson.

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