Resonant Collision II for one to two instrument(s) and electronics (2023)
Everything in the universe oscillates in predictable or unpredictable patterns. When things come in proximity, they collide, but after a while, they begin to synchronize and resonate at similar frequencies. The collisions of different sound materials are used as a metaphor for our intricate interaction and relationship with nature as well as other living beings. It reminds us to focus on what we have in common rather than how we differ, to facilitate connections rather than conflicts. We all share the same world that we ought to preserve, where we should strive to connect spiritually with those who live in it.
This second piece in the series is inspired by the collision of galaxies. It creates a perceived moving, contracting, and expanding space through the interaction of long and morphing overtones.
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