Double Exposure for flute, clarinet in B-flat, percussion, piano, violin and cello (2017)
Double exposure is a photographic and cinematographic technique. It refers to the superimposition of two exposures to create a single image, resulting in something similar to the effect of audio convolution that captures aspects from both exposures. An image that is exposed to light twice contains the subsequent image layered over the original. It is an artistic effect frequently used to create ghostly images, or to add materials that were not originally present. This piece is written for ensemble mise-en and its director Moon Young Ha for a performance in Seoul, South Korea.
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