| work by Dylan McLaughlin

It Sounds Like a River Leaping and Falling; It Sounds Like a Body Falling Apart

vibrations modulate gene body landscape topography sound choreographed in geometric swell monumental movement oscillation connection burrows into skin into blood into bone

corporeal quartet resonates quadraphonic panning rhythm sines; melody of humanity, of living familiar tongue because it is felt ambient open air audio frequencies from the largest body we can know, intimately

duets of chance visceral vibrations, pressures and displacements washing through spectral spaces massaged moments of intersecting waves determined by waves in polyphonic conversation

Dylan McLaughlin