Posts Tagged ‘U51 review’

 

 

Brian Olewnick stays at the bedside of this skillful audio-diary, bringing out by metaphors its “siren song” like appeal …

 

 

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TJ Norris/Toneshift immerses himself in this aural diary where there’s more than meets the ear, sensing murky undercurrents and an unusual pervading aura…

 

 

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Richard Allen lets himself drown into an autonomous world in motion where machines have their own tales, and retains the strength of absence…

 

 

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Frans de Waard takes an audio-virtual walk into East Vancouver districts facing a singular and very intimate approach from which an unusual form of beauty radiates…

 

 

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