Tag Archives: Tim Feeney

“The Deformation of Figures”

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Silk on linen, metallic thread and floss. 26″x34″.

Using my synesthesia, my hearing to seeing and making art, I created this hand sewn surface design based on live electronics and bass drum. “The Deformation of Figures” was composed by Seth Cluett and performed by percussionist Tim Feeney. This “lowercase” music is an extreme form of ambient music, subtle and rich. The electronics/sine tones, are in color, and the percussion is in black for this one hour performance. I make sketches while listening at a live concert, and re listen to recordings until I am happy with my capture of the “bones” of the music.


Music for a Resonant Space (by Tim Feeney)

This represents the last few seconds of a percussion concert at Cornell in the Johnson Museum.  The 3 smaller drums sounds cycle and bump off the concrete walls and the bass drum releases its staccato sound drops.  Tim Feeney  provided a most stimulating aural soundscape.

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