#609: 2017.07.30 [pheobe riley law & jez riley french]

image: orford ness by pheobe riley law

this edition of framework:afield has been produced in the uk by pheobe riley law and jez riley french. PLEASE NOTE: this is our last edition before our annual summer break, where we take the month of august (and a bit) off to weed the garden, read a book, and recharge our ears. we’ll be back with edition #610 on sunday, september 17th. in the meantime, we know you can’t live without out, so please take this time to explore some of the shows you might have missed in the archive, or experiment with our eternal random players. and please, as always, consider making a donation so we can come back with a strong autumn season! here are this edition’s notes, from the producers:

a quiet position – orford ness
curated by JrF & Pheobe riley Law

Jez riley French – build
Pheobe riley Law – E4/139 (extract)
Nikki Sheth – Orford Grass
Jez riley French – in
Sharon Renee Stewart – Under the Algae
Martin Eccles – Orford Ness 1 mixdown
Chris Watson – Lab 1 roof space
Peter Caeldries – Orford Ness night
Steve Benner – Bomb Ballistic Resonances
Lindsay Todd – Lab door
Jake Denagy – experimental beach
Sharon Renee Stewart & Mike Challis – Room Control
Andrew Sansom – Oystercatchers
Jez riley French – stereo lab II (extract)
Pheobe riley Law – E4/139 (extract)

orford
a workshop staying on the ness
exploring the use of located sound
in its various creative forms
through extended listening
conventional techniques
the use of contact microphones, hydrophones, coils, geophones, vlf and ultrasonic detectors

listening to
its scattered architecture
returning to the land

submerging
into the aquatic planet
under the surface of water
frequencies in the ionosphere

pushed around by the shipping blown by the gales

laboratories and pagodas
low hum and gulls

jezrileyfrench.co.uk
pheoberileylaw.yolasite.com

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