From: Emile Tobenfeld (a.k.a Dr. T) (email suppressed)
Date: Tue May 26 2009 - 20:27:57 PDT
I've posted two video pieces taken from a recent live performance
with I did with a serendipitous revival of The Leap of Faith Trio,
Leap of Faith was a long term project (usually a trio) with Glynis
Lomon, cello and vocals, and Dave Peck, reeds. For this set, Glynis
and Dave were joined by myself on video mixing and Noam Senders,
percussion, neys, and vocals.
A lot of the imagery used in Industrial Song comes from subject
matter that is not normally thought of as 'beautiful'. The same holds
for a lot of the timbres that Leap of Faith uses in their music. We
are all interested in exploring the beauty to be found in unlikely
places -- be it junk by the railroad tracks or audio textures created
by extended musical technique.
Abstract Journey is an excerpt from the same live performance -- The
video is derived from images taken of many different subjects, and
includes many images of flowers and birds, transformed to match the
abstraction of the musical improvisations
BTW Some of my photography can be viewed at
-- " Practice makes perfect, imperfect is better." -- Paul Bley Emile Tobenfeld, Ph. D. Video Producer Image Processing Specialist Video for your HEAD! Boris FX http://www.foryourhead.com http://www.borisfx.com __________________________________________________________________ For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.