Four Landscapes (2015 - Present)
Four Landscapes is a compositional project initially inspired by Andrei Tarkovsky’s film, Andrei Rublev.
The compositions and performances based on this thematic idea are often created by less familiar compositional techniques or less controlled compositional and/or performative context and setting. For example, the first three compositions under this theme make extensive use of live coding (with Extempore) that calls, distributes and juxtaposes short sound samples in a rather stochastic way.
While the theme appears to suggest that there will be four pieces, the project in fact does not have any preconception with related to the number of the pieces. Nor does it have any specific connection to either actual or imaginary place(s).