'Chimes for a Wall Drawing' is a live recording of a performance at Tate Liverpool in August 2009, inspired by the gallery's display of Sol LeWitt's 'Wall Drawing #1136'.
In the spirit of Sol LeWitt's use of seriality and arbitrary systems, this electro-acoustic composition used the artwork as an inspiration and graphic score, mapping its seven spectrum colours onto the corresponding notes on coloured chime bars.
Chimes, handbell and electric guitar were processed live into elongated tones and drones, layered with electronics and field recordings made within the gallery and surrounding area.
Released by Cathedral Transmissions on digipak CD, in an edition of 50.
released June 25, 2011
Written and produced by Wil Bolton
Recorded live at Tate Liverpool, 15 August 2009
Chime bars, handbell, electric guitar, field recordings, electronics
Photography by Wil Bolton
Art direction by Antonymes
Thanks to Dave, Ian, Soo, Roger and Caitlin
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