- Year of composition: 2001-03
- Duration: 31:48
- Instrumentation: stereo fixed medium
Sea of Singularity presents a world of sound interrelationships in 6 movements. Its techniques are the ‘coloring’ and ‘framing’ of natural sound within a broad electroacoustic environment with the use of a blunt knife and relatively simple processes. I was influenced by the theories and artwork of the Fauves whose early 20th century works question the emotional experience with intense colour.
Sea of Singularity was composed in 2000-02 at The University of Sheffield Sound Studios (USSS) (UK) and the complete cycle was premiered on October 4, 2002 during the 9th International Acousmatic Festival L’Espace du son in Théâtre Marni (Brussels, Belgium)
- October 4, 2002, L’Espace du son 2002: Concert portrait Adrian Moore, Théâtre Marni, Brussels (Belgium)