Graeme Truslove’s “Intuited Architectures” reviewed by The Sound Projector


Cabinets stuffed with academic credentials and accolades, Glasgow-based Graeme Truslove is a seasoned sonic scientist; using metaphorical microscope to illuminate the sub-cellular dimension’s peculiar turns of phrase, weaving these into chaotic tapestries with which he invades performance spaces. He may not be the first to have covered the cline between fixed-medium electroacoustics and real-time sound manipulation, but he flits between states with commensurate confidence. His ‘performative-algorithmic approaches’ birth wonders such as the multi-part ‘Suite II’, which monitors the potent undulations of a liquid life form under glass: its trembling, alien beauty erased in a flash of furious splattering against the looking glass. Easily the most visceral and variegated of today’s offerings, the measures of relief of its softer, more diaphanous moments are but brief intercessions of self-deluding dream between nerve-peeling screeches of reality. Stuart Marshall

via The Sound Projector

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