A hovering, non-narrative glance.
Circumpass is a non-narrative glance at visual and sonic elements that outline Coppice between 2009–2013. The images hover over objects, parts, drawings, and abstractions that correspond to instrumentation and sculptures. The sound is composed of layered motifs and gestures from different compositions.
Territory sees digitally held air seeing edges holding.
A story with many holes.
A proposed “idealisation” of experience of parts.
Series of remixes, interventions and interpretations of "Hoist Spell."
Studies, alternate takes, and live versions from the Big Wad Excisions sessions.
Ex includes an excision of the original board photographed for the Big Wad Excisions artwork, a CD-R with studies, alternate takes, and live versions of material revolving around Big Wad Excisions, and a handwritten carbon note. The twenty copies produced were offered in support of Coppice’s Compound/Excisions tour in March 2014.
Accretion, excision, nostalgia.
A navigable composition for software.
Size: 252 MB
© 2014 Coppice
Compatibility: MacOS 10.6.8 or later
(Currently not available for Windows OS)
Special thank you to Mathieu Ruhlmann, and to Joey Beaver, Cole Friel, Ryan Hogg, Anthony Martinez, Tim Mena, Brad Nayman, Phil Pobanz, Brent Reardon, and Kyle Schroeder for their help in the construction of portions of the Estey Expander Module electronics present in Soft Crown.
Two cordoned-off vantage points.
Special thank you to Mathieu Ruhlmann, and to Joey Beaver, Cole Friel, Ryan Hogg, Anthony Martinez, Tim Mena, Brad Nayman, Phil Pobanz, Brent Reardon, and Kyle Schroeder for their help in the construction of portions of the Estey Expander Module electronics.
What is kept in.
Artifacts on tape pulled from cassettes used in a dual tape-processing device.
All index transfers are artifacts on tape pulled from cassettes used in a dual tape-processing device. Side B contains a sequence of trio performances of Seam (2010), recorded between 2011-2012 in Chicago. In order of appearance: Carol Genetti, Sarah J. Ritch, Berglind Tómasdóttir, Julia A. Miller.
Fibrous processing of tabular appearances.
Thank you to Halldór Heiðar Bjarnason & Lilián Pineda.
Three perspectival accounts.
Recorded live at the Joseph Bond Chapel and Packer Schopf Gallery in Chicago in 2011.
Tape split with N.N.N. Cook
A flattening of dimensions for home listening.
Coppice and the Baschet Brothers' Aluminum Piano.
Recorded live as part of Crystal Baschet Concerts in conjunction with the exhibition Motor Cocktail: Sound and Movement in Art of the 1960s at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago on August 26, 2011.
Free reeds, processed reeds.
Recorded live at Music With A View in New York City, originally performed as an 8-channel installation.
A fixed perspective that offers no choreography for present bodies.
Coppice's foundation in bellows & electronics.