Staggeringly beautiful album to which I contributed drone singing and spoken text. Watch and listen to the video for "Waiting in a Car" HERE
"the songcraft has its roots partly in the 16th century – from where also
arises the preoccupation with melancholy and mortality- and there is
much to be owed to the second law of thermodynamics, entropy, the
singularity and heat death of the observable universe. That is all
touched upon lightly, though I was keen to explore the potential for
that science to be represented in a devotional mode more associated with
faith." - Michael Begg
This is a major blood/sweat/tears project for all those involved. My part in it is detailed below. If you are interested in purchasing one, act FAST - last time they sold out fast. first, there came a drawing (based on M Gira's explicit instructions) which I then carved into a soft linoleum block.
second step: painting a white circle on 2,100 cd envelopes
third step: printing the painted enveloped with the lino-cut block, finished off with a signature and edition number. phew. yes, this is how I spent the two weeks after my honeymoon...which, yes, we cut short to meet the deadline.
thank you Jungle Indie Rock for the recent promotion of my work and Paul's albums! see it HERE For those of you interested, here is the (nearly) complete progscape which will stretch across all four of his 2013 releases. The first two, "UV" and "Terrania" can be found HERE
cover for Terrania, the second release in Paul Hayworth's four part space/prog/pop/indie epic. Listen, download and learn more about the album, and my husband Paul, HERE: http://www.electrocuted.moonfruit.com/
final colorization of the first 3/4 of an epic prog landscape for Paul Hayworth's collection of 2013 album releases: the full landscape will stretch across the covers of all 4 albums. www.electrocuted.moonfruit.com 8 x 24 inches, micron and watercolor on Arches hot-press satin paper
Work has started on new Congregation series: skies taken from my new East Anglian home will serve as backgrounds for undulating masses of starlings, similar to what the Danish call "Black Suns". The finished works will be exhibited in La Spezia, Italy in late February alongside new & old Masters. (oil on hardwood ply, 40 x 61 cm)