die ganze platte: Aidan Baker - The Evelyn Tables/Cloudchamber Recordings (dienstag, 05.07.22, 13-14 uhr)

Das label schreibt: "The Evelyn tables, the oldest known anatomical preparations in Europe, dating to 1646, are an early yet humbling insight into the networks within the human body, a network within natural networks that govern the physical constraints of the human material existence. Observing them from the outside, they are uncannily reminiscent of a floral network, yet at the same time strangely familliar.
The soundscapes of this work attempt to convey these ideas viscerally, through a human body manifesting them. A meditation on the shared realm of existence.
The Evelyn tables are the oldest known anatomical preparations in Europe. Each one of the Evelyn tables is approximately 1.9 m in height, and 77 cm wide. Each one provides an insight into human physiology. Indeed, they display four different parts of the human body – including arteries, nerves, veins – all meticulously dissected from a human specimen, then affixed to a pine wooden board, and preserved from the passing centuries.
From the artist:
"These are four long tracks of textural ambient drone/noise, all produced by electric and acoustic guitars, and inspired by the anatomical preparations, The Evelyn Tables - four of the oldest known human anatomical preparations kept in the Royal College of Surgeons in London""
Kontakt: thomas [at] fsk-hh [dot] org

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