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Geir Jenssen Biosphere

 

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Biosphere

Taking cues from his outpost near the world's Arctic Circle, Norwegian musician Biosphere has sculpted a body of ambient works as iconoclastic as the remote midnight sun. Geir Jenssen has painted his tonal impressions around the natural phenomena of clouds, glaciers, fjords and forests to forge a somnambulant music that also embraces a sine wave wilderness of slow synthetic pulses or hazy orchestral sources.

 

Elsewhere, Anywhere / People are Friends

Egbert Mittlestadt: Visuals, Biosphere: Sound

Opening with the weightless dreamful drift of ”Elsewhere Anywhere", Egbert Mittelstadt reveals a Tokyo subway interior where the passengers are captured in a catatonic still life as their frozen images float quietly around a discerning CineChamber Station. Trapped on a haunted metro train to nowhere are the animated apparitions that emerge out of these photographic figures which for brief moments re-imagine the former preoccupation and lost voices of these restless commuter "ghosts".  The spectral twilight audio commentary from Biosphere's Geir Jenssen suggest that these "People are Friends" - activated spirit’s of a human presence long since suspended.

 
 
 
 

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Path Leading to The High Grass

Egbert Mittlestadt: Visuals, Biosphere: Sound

The mercurial widescreen sonic cinematic syntax of Biosphere & Egbert Mittelstädt has graced the CineChamber screens for many seasons now after their live milestone residencies in 2007. Their timeless program that remains is a signature memory capsule that introduces RML's surround canvas in the most spatially sublime sector of the Recombinant archives.

 
 
 
 

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Shika

Egbert Mittlestadt: Visuals, Biosphere: Sound

The mercurial widescreen sonic cinematic syntax of Biosphere & Egbert Mittelstädt has graced the CineChamber screens for many seasons now after their live milestone residencies in 2007. Their timeless program that remains is a signature memory capsule that introduces RML's surround canvas in the most spatially sublime sector of the Recombinant archives.